HONG KONG — “If they clear here, I think protesters should find an occupy site other than Mong Kok,” says Wong Yeung-Tat, the enigmatic, often controversial, leader of the political group Civic Passion. But exhausted as many are, few at the camp have any appetite to leave quietly. For just over 50 days, activists spread across
The Mong Kok camp braces for court-ordered destruction, exposing the movement’s angry, working-class underbelly.
作者 Tom Grundy