New hope for Hong Kong's victorious youth

With the 'Occupy Central' movement starting to disperse it would be easy to think Beijing has 'won'. In reality, the protesters have achieved much.

On Saturday evening, at the end of the seventh day of ‘Occupy Central’ protests that had paralysed the city, Hong Kong chief executive CY Leung issued a strongly-worded statement to the public. The roads should no longer be blocked, he said, so that schools and workplaces could resume on Monday:

"The Government and the Police have the duty and determination to take all necessary actions to restore social order, so that the government and some seven million people of Hong Kong can return to their normal work and life."

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