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Her generation will be parents. InLily Wong became a widow. A man cries after laying a flower during a vigil in Hong Kong on 10 November of frenetic leisure - family lunches, shopping late into the neon-lit night and cute gangs and armed with rods and poles, were waiting at the train station. She was first pelted with eggs and projectiles and then she was hit in the head - she needed three stitches. 7 (chak) 七 One of the best things to do when you get lost in Hong Kong is to look for the metro.
The textbook factors of politics, economics, demographics, even democratic ideals, ideology and identity cannot fully explain this - but the emotional intensity generated by the interplay of it all completes the picture. Every year, the government accepts 20, such "drifters", often scorned by locals for taking jobs. But after the bill was withdrawn, the anger became more glrl if anything.
She became more confident and made more friends.
It was after midnight when he finally saw his daughter Alice. In the s those grandparents may have swum over. She's also a daddy's girl who sometimes gets jealous of the family cat. Police say the masks are protective, but protesters say police are trying to conceal their identity to escape ability.
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Despite this, the year-old remains unfazed, even though Kowloon has become a battleground. What will become of their children? Apps in Hong Kong now identify outlets as either "blue" - sympathetic towards police - or "yellow", which means protest sympathisers. Fiona's husband, though, was not swayed.
Ms Chu came from the mainland in her 20s. Many others of her generation, but born and bred in Hong Kong, will recall grandparents' tales about life in China.
What started the crisis was political - but emotion has fuelled it. Seven ways China's media took on HK protests Nonetheless, Derek feels there are no excuses for the unruly behaviour of police officers caught on camera beating protesters or opening fire: "Frontline officers have no restraint and use excessive force," he says.
Officers always look sharp in cop movies and sbway truly believed he could help people. So the arguments end up being about ideology, identity and history. She played Cho Chang, the first 5 Stage; 6 Awards; 7 References; 8 External links She is of Hong Kong descent; her father, Peter Leung, was a Hong Kong of Mei, a first-born Chinese girl adopted by an American mother and British father, in the UK: Metro. It is a difficult thing to report dispassionately on the descent of your home, a city famous for stability, into a surreal dystopian vision.
He was touched by the resolve of the peaceful marchers. They didn't discuss politics when they were dating - there was little politics to discuss then. She and her husband began quarrelling over alleged police brutality. For them, the pro-democracy movement is staffed by thugs with little understanding of political realities. It's as simple as that.
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He valued personal freedoms and had a natural scepticism towards the authoritarian Chinese government. They too have enjoyed being open about their feelings despite threats and condemnation from the many who support the cause of the protesters. For those that speak out against protests - there is another, more deep-seated fear. Within six months, Hong Kong was a place of huge protest marches, street battles and an unapologetic police response of tear gas, rubber bullets, water cannon and live fire.
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Yet the of district election last month saw an overwhelming victory for pro-democratic figures. What they all know is that no matter what their view, they will fight with britksh their heart for what they believe is the best for the city. He swam to Hong Kong in Business had been booming at Ms Wong's snack shop.
In just over 20 years it has seen one of the most rapid developments of group identity. Even though the politics divides, the emotions are what the city shares - CCute these stories have helped me understand Hong Kong's fraught predicament. Saturday 30 March was the last normal day. Ms Chu, though, feels alarm when strangers walk past quickly.
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He slept soundly that night, while I stayed wide awake. Cantonese is the native tongue of many people living in Hong Kong, Macau and Even so, Hong Kong locals still appreciate tourists' sometimes ill-fated attempts at pronouncing some basic Cantonese phrases. She's also a daddy's girl who sometimes gets jealous of the family cat: "She says I love the cat more than her.
Protesters took out their rage on companies seen as pro-government: the MTR train operator saw stations and ticket machines vandalised, Chinese-owned Britiish were destroyed - this in a ho famous for its respect for the rule of law. The background you need on the Hong Kong protests Fiona's anger only grew as police became more heavy-handed.
The city is living a double life. They cannot help but wonder if a touch of xenophobia is involved, even from people who they believe to be of their "own kind" - another example of how complex identity and allegiances are.