At the height of Occupy Central, we all thought Hong Kong could not be more divisive or politically charged than at that time. How wrong we were. Professor Albert Chen Hung-yee described the wrath of the people opposing the proposed amendment bill of the Fugitive Offenders Ordinance as a “perfect storm” (courtesy of a Hollywood movie); but there is nothing perfect about it. According to a poll carried out by a respectable newspaper in Hong Kong, 90 per cent of those marching on a Sunday in…