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Scholarism not yet decided to participate in Occupy Central.

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By Isabel Lau


Spokesperson of Scholarism attended an assembly in Hong Kong Shue Yan University yesterday saying they agreed with Benny Tai but had not yet decided to participate in the “Occupy Central” movement or not.


Oscar Lai Man-lok said that Scholarism had discussed with Benny Tai on the “Occupy Central” movement previously. They agreed with Tai’s mission of the movement as civil disobedience but not the way the movement would run. “Tai told us most of our members are still students and they should obtain permission from parents first before taking part in the movement. However, we don’t agree. History told us we don’t need to do so. Like Tiananmen Square protests of 1989, those were just students too,” said Lai.


Lai added that they had attended Deliberation Day. However, they found that the event itself was biased. He did not see it was open for different points of views like what Tai suggested. Also, he doubted some of the members of the movement did not fully understand the objectives behind.


Lai reminded that politics is inevitable. “Our life, for instance, price index, rents, and minimum wage, is all about politics and affected by the policies. Therefore, Scholarism as a student organization, they would still look into education policies. Yet he admitted that when compared to Hong Kong Federation of Students, Scholarism was relatively weaker.

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