Riot police stand guard on Monday as protesters smash windows of the Legislative Council complex in Tamar. Photo: Sam TsangRiot police stand guard on Monday as protesters smash windows of the Legislative Council complex in Tamar. Photo: Sam Tsang
Riot police stand guard on Monday as protesters smash windows of the Legislative Council complex in Tamar. Photo: Sam Tsang

The difference between Occupy and extradition protests: more Hongkongers now believe the use of violence is justified

  • Occupy protesters emphasised ‘love and peace’ in their demands for universal suffrage. Five years on, the threshold for confrontation seems lower
  • Fernando Cheung: ‘It could take decades to mend the hatred and misunderstanding’

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Riot police stand guard on Monday as protesters smash windows of the Legislative Council complex in Tamar. Photo: Sam TsangRiot police stand guard on Monday as protesters smash windows of the Legislative Council complex in Tamar. Photo: Sam Tsang
Riot police stand guard on Monday as protesters smash windows of the Legislative Council complex in Tamar. Photo: Sam Tsang
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