Polly Lui, who is Christian, helped save protesters from tear gas during the Occupy movement in 2014 as well as this year’s extradition bill marches. Photo: Sam TsangPolly Lui, who is Christian, helped save protesters from tear gas during the Occupy movement in 2014 as well as this year’s extradition bill marches. Photo: Sam Tsang
Polly Lui, who is Christian, helped save protesters from tear gas during the Occupy movement in 2014 as well as this year’s extradition bill marches. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong’s Christians attend extradition bill protests in good faith

  • The Occupy Central movement in 2014 planted the seeds for many Christians to join the demonstrations five years later
  • The protests have brought the church closer to today’s youth, and revealed a peaceful yet anti-authoritarian streak among the clergy

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Polly Lui, who is Christian, helped save protesters from tear gas during the Occupy movement in 2014 as well as this year’s extradition bill marches. Photo: Sam TsangPolly Lui, who is Christian, helped save protesters from tear gas during the Occupy movement in 2014 as well as this year’s extradition bill marches. Photo: Sam Tsang
Polly Lui, who is Christian, helped save protesters from tear gas during the Occupy movement in 2014 as well as this year’s extradition bill marches. Photo: Sam Tsang
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