A vigil for Hong Kong student Chow Tsz-lok, who died after falling from a car park near a confrontation between police and protesters. A new group is hoping a peace-building forum can help to bring the city out of its current deadlock. Photo: Dickson Lee A vigil for Hong Kong student Chow Tsz-lok, who died after falling from a car park near a confrontation between police and protesters. A new group is hoping a peace-building forum can help to bring the city out of its current deadlock. Photo: Dickson Lee
A vigil for Hong Kong student Chow Tsz-lok, who died after falling from a car park near a confrontation between police and protesters. A new group is hoping a peace-building forum can help to bring the city out of its current deadlock. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong protests: unrest brings new group together to find ways to help city heal

  • Local and overseas speakers discuss ways to encourage dialogue, reconciliation
  • Members of Hong Kong Forward Alliance say city needs to ‘get out of deadlock’

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
A vigil for Hong Kong student Chow Tsz-lok, who died after falling from a car park near a confrontation between police and protesters. A new group is hoping a peace-building forum can help to bring the city out of its current deadlock. Photo: Dickson Lee A vigil for Hong Kong student Chow Tsz-lok, who died after falling from a car park near a confrontation between police and protesters. A new group is hoping a peace-building forum can help to bring the city out of its current deadlock. Photo: Dickson Lee
A vigil for Hong Kong student Chow Tsz-lok, who died after falling from a car park near a confrontation between police and protesters. A new group is hoping a peace-building forum can help to bring the city out of its current deadlock. Photo: Dickson Lee
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