Four far-right activists from eastern Europe were spotted at a recent protest in Hong Kong, sparking concerns they may help bids to delegitimise the movement despite their claims of only being in town for “protest tourism”.But two local scholars argued they could hardly undermine the anti-government protest in Hong Kong, now into its sixth month, which had been leaderless so far.The four men – from Ukrainian activist group Gonor – were seen at a march in Tsim Sha Tsui on Sunday. They included…



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