Exclusive | Dialogue with Ex-LegCo president: Does HK need political idols?
Fifteen pan-democratic lawmakers in Hong Kong quit recently over a decision by the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPCSC) on the qualification of four members of the Legislative Council (LegCo).
With the social unrest happened last year, HK has experienced a series of chaos. Does the city still need political idols? How should we view the current political environment of HK? What makes some HK youngsters become radical? And besides the "blue" and the "yellow", can "middle camp" make HK a better place?
To see through the chaotic incidents, DotDotNews invites ex-LegCo president, Jasper Tsang Yok-sing, for an exclusive interview.
During the social unrest last year, Tsang entered PolyU, which had been turned into a "battleground" unexpectedly, and sincerely communicated with the youngsters at the campus. Claiming a so-called retirement, Tsang still plays an active role in the school, in the news media and on YouTube. How does he view his roles in current HK?
Watch the video to see Jasper Tsang's insights.