Hong Kong: why ‘Generation Catastrophe’ is rising up 

There’s a construction boom in Hong Kong, but no-one is getting paid to build the barricades everywhere around town. The youth insurrection is not only the biggest uprising in China since the 1989 protests in Tiananmen Square, it is one of the most explosive student radicalisations of modern times. The depth of their rage, and willingness to risk everything in a fight that most think they can’t win, is almost beyond words. “Unrelenting” is the closest approximation.

Source: Hong Kong: why ‘Generation Catastrophe’ is rising up | Red Flag

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