Hong Kong Worker Sees Little Reason to Abandon Protests

Kevin Ko, a 32-year-old insurance agent, reluctantly went back into work on Monday, “sleepy, tired and with a pair of heavy legs,” he said. “I’m in the office, but my mind is still in Causeway Bay.”

Over the past week, he volunteered at the supply tents, braving jeers from critics of the city’s pro-democracy protests, at a major shopping thoroughfare in the heart of Hong Kong.