Hard-core activists back off but coronavirus helping to maintain momentum of city’s anti-government movement. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuenHard-core activists back off but coronavirus helping to maintain momentum of city’s anti-government movement. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
Hard-core activists back off but coronavirus helping to maintain momentum of city’s anti-government movement. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen

A new strain of resistance? How the coronavirus crisis is changing Hong Kong’s protest movement

  • Hard-core activists back off but contagion helping to maintain momentum of city’s anti-government movement
  • Mass strikes threat as new unions emerge ready to wreak havoc during this crisis, or the next
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Hard-core activists back off but coronavirus helping to maintain momentum of city’s anti-government movement. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuenHard-core activists back off but coronavirus helping to maintain momentum of city’s anti-government movement. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
Hard-core activists back off but coronavirus helping to maintain momentum of city’s anti-government movement. Illustration: Lau Ka-kuen
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