A sharp divide in personal beliefs has opened up along generations of Hongkongers, with youngsters saying freedoms are the most important core value, while their parents preferring social stability. Photo: Robert Ng

Survey reveals widening rift between generations of Hongkongers over anti-government protests

  • Some 42 per cent of young Hongkongers surveyed frequently or occasionally argued with their parents over past few months, ‘current affairs’ being the major provocation
  • Youngsters ranked freedoms as the most important core value, while their parents considered social stability above all
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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A sharp divide in personal beliefs has opened up along generations of Hongkongers, with youngsters saying freedoms are the most important core value, while their parents preferring social stability. Photo: Robert Ng
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