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Lai Man Lok: "We don't break the law. Why police arrest us?"

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Reporter Yao Pik Tan

15 Oct 2013


The aim of Scholarism is Civil Disobedience, said the spokesperson of Scholarism on Tuesday.


The law of Hong Kong was unanimous

"Our slogan is to stand on the street, get into the crowed", said Lai Man Lok, Oscar, adding that some numbers of Hong Kong Youth Care Association limited used banner to bondage a citizen. However, police didn't take any action even though they saw that. Lai said, protesters conducting a peaceful demonstration were sentenced to half year in jail. But some numbers of Hong Kong Youth Care Association Limited broke the head of a man, they just needed to serve 3 months sentence in prison. "Why our political society will become so unbalanced”, Lai said.


Students don't have the opportunities to voice out

"In some exchange meeting, students are difficult to present their opinions, and even don't have the freedom to voice out", Lai said. In the meeting, all businessmen or professionals were sitting near the stage. However, students were arranged to sit on the back of the meeting room. "That's a kind of ignorance", Lai said. As they were ignored by others, Scholarism chose other way to draw citizens’ attentions.


Scholarism wouldn’t give up any opportunity for discussion and promotions

"We would not give up any chance to discuss political events with the government and politicians on public meetings", said Lai. Even though they need to debate with the chair professor in Constitutional Law on Hong Kong University Albert Hung Yee Chen and the member of the Committee for the Basic Law of the Hong Kong SAR under the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress Maria TAM Wai-chu on the TV show LegCo Review, they must voice up their opinions. On the

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