Democratic Party picks ‘mild, not controversial’ Lo Kin-hei to lead it through turbulent times for Hong Kong opposition


Lo Kin-hei is not someone widely recognised in Hong Kong, but it looks like that is about to change.

At 36, the registered social worker and opposition politician has just become the youngest person to helm the city’s largest traditional pan-democratic party.

He was elected chairman of the Democratic Party early this month, at possibly the lowest point for opposition politicians and at a time when many are wondering if the party ought to contest elections again.

Fifteen opposition lawmakers…



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