What’s a manifesto? Hong Kong’s Legislative Council candidates woo voters with 3-word slogans and brief statements – if that

Many candidates in this month’s Hong Kong Legislative Council elections apparently adhere to the words of the Confucian scholar who told an emperor 2,000 years ago: “Good government does not require a lot of talk.”In describing their election platforms, they chose brevity, substituting just a few words or a slogan for a fuller manifesto or mission statement.Pro-Beijing lawyer Ambrose Lam San-keung had just three words for the 7,549 voters he is wooing in the legal functional constituency: …

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