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Earlier, walking behind a banner that read "Strictly enforce the law, stop cross-border traders," the marchers passed by pharmacies and cosmetic shops that are popular with Chinese tourists and traders who bring goods back to sell in the mainland. Many of the stores were shuttered because of the protest.

Major demonstrations in the past month against a proposal to change extradition laws have reawakened other movements in Hong Kong. Thousands marched last weekend against middle-aged mainland women who sing loudly and dance somewhat provocatively in a public park. Some of the women receive tips from older men.

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like i said, now is summer school holiday.

ginnas nothing to do so go on street protest everyday.

young working adults in hopeless part-time jobs with no money for shopping, so also go on street and protest every sat/sun.

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1 hour ago, socrates469bc said:

like i said, now is summer school holiday.

ginnas nothing to do so go on street protest everyday.

young working adults in hopeless part-time jobs with no money for shopping, so also go on street and protest every sat/sun.

jin poor thing

lky oredi say democracy dun work huai they dun listen

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5 minutes ago, dysentry said:

jin poor thing

lky oredi say democracy dun work huai they dun listen

democracy does work, but it requires the population to have a certain iq.

unfortunately, majority of the people dont have the level of critical thinking required.

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the real deal is equality.  but that is the tough part. No one has enough of EQ 

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2 hours ago, Satki said:

the real deal is equality.  but that is the tough part. No one has enough of EQ 

more than equality, is the distribution of social welfare and wealth.

the govt health service and public transport system etc r at stretching point while wealth is concentrated in the hands of the conglomerates and a few individuals.

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Look at Warren Buffet and Bill Gates. All playing the system and looking philanthropic. They are just smart alecs gaming the system to pay their NOK with good wages at little to no cost to them,.

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3 minutes ago, Satki said:

Look at Warren Buffet and Bill Gates. All playing the system and looking philanthropic. They are just smart alecs gaming the system to pay their NOK with good wages at little to no cost to them,.

if we look at the investment of warren and bill, u would noticed that both r not heavily invested in properties but in productive economic activities such as tech, consumer staples, financial and industrials.

https://www.cnbc.com/berkshire-hathaway-portfolio/

whereas in hk, most of the investment of the conglomerates and the few individuals r all concentrated in properties.

thats why having high valued tech and manufacturing jobs r a more stable and sustainable source of economic growth than jobs in the property sector.

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