As the revolt dampens and government crackdowns increase, views differ on whether the movement can regain momentum
Amid a global pandemic, Hong Kong’s famously crowded streets are eerily quiet. Most of the city’s 7.5m people have been practising various forms of social distancing for months.
Shops and restaurants are empty, already struggling in a recession after nine months of teetering on the brink of revolution. Continue reading
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