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'Occupy Central is full of uncertainties', says Tai

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By Mickie Choi

Tai Yiu Ting, one of the organizers of “Occupy Central”, said the movement is full of uncertainties and the most ideal case would be achieving universal suffrage without occupying Central. “I’d rather to see that there is no occupying Central at last,” said Tai during his speech at Shue Yan University. He explained that “Occupy Central” is only a strategic action to push universal suffrage on table, but not aiming at meaningless occupation. Collaboration days are also the “weapons” that help raise Hong Kong people’s awareness and eagerness towards universal suffrage through discussions about the concept of democracy.


With the human right and legal system here in Hong Kong, Tai believed that it is possible to fight for democracy in a peaceful way, 'Occupy Central is the weapon, which increases our bargaining power against the Beijing authority.' Once they found there were no advantages colliding with Hong Kong people, they may be willing to sit down and discuss gently about the democratic future of Hong Kong.


“Occupy Central” is a proposed non-violent occupation protest aiming for universal suffrage. The campaign was given out by Tai Yiu Ting, the Associate Professor of Law at the University of Hong Kong. On the coming 13th October, the first collaboration and discussion day for university students would be held.

--115054 2013年10月10日 (四) 23:42 (UTC)

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