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Young protesters vow to maintain Hong Kong democracy movement
Young protesters vow to maintain Hong Kong democracy movement

Hours after police forcibly dismantled the camp of pro-democracy protesters in the Mong Kok area this week, Christy Tsang was left bruised — literally and figuratively — by the setback. The 17-year-old activist said an officer had struck her with a baton. "The police just see us as punching bags," said Christy, a member of the Scholarism high-school group, as she limped, with bandaged knees, around the still-surviving protest encampment across Hong Kong Bay in the Admiralty district. "We must think of a new strategy, a new method to sustain our resistance." After weeks of stalemate and the loss of the Mong Kok stronghold, Scholarism and the college group...

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