Thousands converged on Tamar Park on Friday for Hong Kong’s first ever independence rally where leaders electrified them with talk of a revolution. Photo: Sam Tsang Thousands converged on Tamar Park on Friday for Hong Kong’s first ever independence rally where leaders electrified them with talk of a revolution. Photo: Sam Tsang
Thousands converged on Tamar Park on Friday for Hong Kong’s first ever independence rally where leaders electrified them with talk of a revolution. Photo: Sam Tsang
Michael Chugani
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Public Eye by Michael Chugani

Show us a plan if you want a revolution in Hong Kong

Our young people are no doubt better at capturing Pikachu than PLA soldiers, but don’t laugh off their anger

Thousands converged on Tamar Park on Friday for Hong Kong’s first ever independence rally where leaders electrified them with talk of a revolution. Photo: Sam Tsang Thousands converged on Tamar Park on Friday for Hong Kong’s first ever independence rally where leaders electrified them with talk of a revolution. Photo: Sam Tsang
Thousands converged on Tamar Park on Friday for Hong Kong’s first ever independence rally where leaders electrified them with talk of a revolution. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Michael Chugani

Michael Chugani

Michael Chugani is a Hong Kong journalist and TV show host