The Least We Could Have
It hasn't been the best of years for Hong Kong. We've seen, and had, better.
That's putting it mildly.
Let's put it this way. Let's put it more bluntly.
Hong Kong is confronted by – in many ways – a multi-dimensional crisis today. A crisis over its identity; a crisis over conflicting value systems, morphed out of power structures and cultures, rooted in schisms that have driven this city apart as politicking and vested interests have rendered reconciliation nigh-impossible; a crisis propelled by ossified governance, amplified by socioeconomic divisions and inequalities that threaten to drag us through the mud – and then some. ...