How protests affect the home dynamics

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There are two main categories of people: older and younger.

The older people that moved to Hong Kong out of fear(they fled China in 1940 because of communism). They all care about their younger inter-family.

The younger people(18-40 years old) are either supported by their family and understood or forced to find somewhere else to live because their parents don't want anything to do with their children or what they're going through.

What do you think people should do?


Comments (4)

  • Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ Topical Talk
    27 Sep 2019

    Well done for writing this post. You're right to say that protests can divide families. Can you give any other examples of when protests might have divided families?

  • Braiswick Primary School spirited_insect | Braiswick Primary School
    29 Sep 2019

    I agree. China should be aware of what Hong Kongers are going through and the violence in this situation.

  • Ormiston-Bushfield-logo-250x250.jpg incomparable_blueberry | Ormiston Bushfield Academy A | United Kingdom
    29 Sep 2019

    Another example would be like when they built the Berlin wall the divided families in 1969-1989 or the Jewish during Second World War in 1939-1945.

  • Brompton Westbrook logo lovely_hippopotamus | Brompton Westbrook Primary School
    29 Sep 2019

    These protest can affect family's in lots of different ways. It can block schools and not let children get the education they deserve . It can block roads and stop people from getting to work . It can also make a shortage of food due to the fact that people can not get to the shops due to the blockage of the roads and this can stop people getting to hospital for example if a pregnant women was giving birth she could not be taken to hospital swiftly because of the protests.

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