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Tai Yiu Ting: The Occupy Central movement may cause sympathy of the public

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(Instead of "cause sympathy", it is better to say "elicit" sympathy from the public. It is better to say that "everyone is constricted by one's own social position that might lead to conflict". It is fighting "for" democracy, not fighting democracy. The last paragraph is misleading because Tai pointedly said that he would not ask the students to enroll in the movement at this stage, he just wanted the student to participate in the discussion. Biggest error in your report is that you never explain why the second wave of the social disobedience would evoke the public's sympathy. Or what is the first wave for that matter?)


Hebe wan | 8th October,2013

The second wave of the Occupy Central movement can increase the concern and sympathy of Hong Kong citizens, said Benny Tai Yiu Ting, the associate professor of Hong Kong University.

Tai said that everyone had their own positions which constricted themselves and caused social conflicts. He said that Hong Kong people started to change their positions in order to achieve civil disobedience for fighting democracy. He noted that people had to use every legal approach to achieve the movement and this movement was the way to achieve universal suffrage. He admitted that this was an ideal though but was the good process for building up democracy. Tai noted that the movement was not aim to causing confrontation. On the contrary, it is aim to resolving conflicts. He believed that the second wave of the movement was more important than the activity itself. It is because the movement can increase people's sympathy and awareness of this social issue. He foresees that the contradiction of the violence of the government and the peaceful aim of the participants will raise people's sympathy.

Tai also said that the Basic Law had used ambiguous wordings which confused people. He said that there was no evidence proving that the wording of universal suffrage in Chinese means universe and fairness. With this misunderstanding, it is vital to make it clear by people via other methods apart from constitution.

Tai expects students to enroll the movement by joining the discussion. This can help to create political pressure for the government. Also, he suggested that joining the discussion was the responsibility of Hong Kong citizens and the participation also good for students' development.

--115089 2013年10月8日 (二) 18:10 (UTC)
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