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Hong Kong - Everyday Engagement and Intergenerational Reconciliation under Duress

Clarissa Lim

07-Oct-19 21:00

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Media reportage on social movements can sometimes verge on the sensational. The story of a protest is often more than the confrontations one sees in the news. Joining us this week is creative hubs researcher and urbanist, Clarissa Lim, to explore what is at stake and the community building work that is seldom reported when a protest is not a one day street party but a marathon in search of one's identity.


Produced by: Simon Soon, Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Haniff Baharudin, Simon Soon


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Tags:  Hong Kongprotestrallyidentity searchingfreedomeveryday engagementintergenerational reconciliationdurressGovernment/Regulatory/Policy MakingPolitics, News, Current Affairs

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