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Four months into the anti-government storm, thousands of young activists have taken to the streets and continued escalating violence to new levels. In addition, some political neophytes have decided to run for the coming District Council elections in November, in the hope of pushing for political reforms. How do young activists change their ways to make their voice heard over the past few years? How do these changes reshape the city’s political landscape?
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.