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Archbishop of Hong Kong warns that road to peace is long

by a staff reporter

THE Archbishop of Hong Kong, the Most Revd Paul Kwong, has yielded to pressure to comment on the protests that have rocked the city, and has issued a statement urging protesters and the government to seek reconciliation.

Archbishop Kwong, a member of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, had remained silent during more than two weeks of protests, in contrast with bishops in the Roman Catholic Church, who have been on the streets supporting the ...

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