My friend asked if I "Really still support the students occupying the streets."
The answer is I don't know. I am neutral. I am not sure what the occupying does now. The Chinese government has had their say, the students have not been listened to. From what I hear, people have started living their lives again, regardless of what's going on and the world media has moved on.
But more importantly for me, I support their rights to a fair future. I support their dreams they won't be caught in a totalitarian regime half way through their lives.
And they have shown acumen, guts, and vision far beyond any other generation in Hong Kong. So I defer all decisions to them. They have proven my predictions wrong over and over again.
HKFS's Ms. Leung, Mr. Shum, Mr. Chow, Mr Chung, and Mr. Law showed great maturity, political acumen, and control through the "dialogue," with Carrie, Raymond, Edward, Rimsky and Kong-Wah.
So if the students leaders including those of Scholarism thinks staying out on the streets is what they want to do, then I support them. I will translate, update, liveblog, watch live feeds, upload pictures, collate translation. I will just do what I can, for a cause I believe in.
And whatever course of action they decide is best, is okay with me.