Almost across the board, Hong Kong’s pro-Beijing camp expressed scepticism that the embattled leader’s sudden U-turn on a full withdrawal of the extradition bill would help stop the violence that has rocked the city for three months, with some even fearing it might fuel an escalation.Scholars also believed the “too little, too late” withdrawal would do little to pacify protesters whose focus had shifted from opposition to the legislation to the overall governance of the city.However, some pro…