Li Ka-shing says the protest crisis has dealt Hong Kong its worst blow since the second world war. Photo: K.Y. ChengLi Ka-shing says the protest crisis has dealt Hong Kong its worst blow since the second world war. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Li Ka-shing says the protest crisis has dealt Hong Kong its worst blow since the second world war. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing calls on those in power to show humanity and provide a ‘way out’ for young people in protest crisis

  • Billionaire spoke to some participants as 1,000 Buddhists assembled at Tsz Shan Monastery in Tai Po to pray for Hong Kong
  • In his first public comments about unrest, he says ‘both sides should try to put their feet in another’s shoes’, to turn big troubles into small ones

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Li Ka-shing says the protest crisis has dealt Hong Kong its worst blow since the second world war. Photo: K.Y. ChengLi Ka-shing says the protest crisis has dealt Hong Kong its worst blow since the second world war. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
Li Ka-shing says the protest crisis has dealt Hong Kong its worst blow since the second world war. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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