Op-ed

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Although they represented the city at the UN, there are many who don't think violence will lead to peace, but their opinions aren't being heard
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The Swedish teen has brought environmental issues to the forefront and isn't afraid to condemn anyone, even the people who praise her.
It's important to look at the negative effects sites like Facebook can have on our well-being and to weigh the pros and cons.
Individual actions like eating less meat are important, but we need to do something about pollution caused by big businesses for true change.
Opposing the ongoing anti-government unrest does not make a person a 'betrayer' of the city.
Free speech and democracy are two fundamental rights that Hongkongers seek, but the British are not concerned with their protection.
A mother’s rant about ‘childless couples’ visiting Disney World is another example of people making unfounded criticisms of millennials
The ongoing demonstrations against the proposed extradition bill have caused a spike in emotional problems, and authorities need to do more to address the problem.
People from the 852 differ from those on the mainland in almost every category: language, religion, values, and even ethnicity.
In this post-truth society, numbers can be manipulated to prove almost anything.
Exam results were released today and we took the opportunity to speak to DSE candidates about Hong Kong issues.

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