Growing sense of cynicism in Hong Kong after Occupy, co-founder Chan Kin-man says

Three years after the pro-democracy Occupy movement in Hong Kong was launched, one of its co-founders says wounds from the resulting social divide are gradually healing, but a growing sense of cynicism remains in a city hit by political gridlock.
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