PASS-On Vol. 1: Identity
“Unlike a drop of water which loses its identity when it joins the ocean, man does not lose his being in the society in which he lives. Man’s life is independent. He is born not for the development of the society alone, but for the development of his self.”
This volume of PASS-On includes the following themed articles:
An Identity of Fear and Belonging: A brief account of the national identity of Hong Kong people
The relationship between Hongkonger's identity and the role of Hong Kong in the struggle for democracy in Greater China
LGBT Rights in Hong Kong
Ethnic Minorities in Hong Kong
It Will Not Be Enough: Why Hong Kong needs a left
We don’t remember days. We don’t remember details. We remember moments.
We remember the darkest moments that force us to see the light.
We remember the heartfelt moments that guide us to see the good.
Pause a little. Reflect a little. Pause and enjoy history unfolding before your eyes.
With this album we record those moments worth remembering.
Those moments that change the world.
No matter how big or how small.
Those moments that change you.
(N.B. LSESU HKPASS is a politically neutral society and any views expressed belong entirely to the author themselves.)