- Youth leaders win seats on Hong Kong’s Legislative Council
- Voters in Hong Kong entrust future with 23 –year old activists
- Young leaders call for referendum on independence from China
A new generation of activists have won seats on Hong Kong’s Legislative Council.
The young leaders are calling for a referendum on independence, emphasizing Hong Kongers’ right to choose their government.
This comes against a backdrop where more young people from the semi-autonomous city have grown increasingly vocal against China’s grip in recent years.
One of the youth activists, 23-year old Nathan Law says the results are and a miracle and indication that people want change.