The residents of Huaguang, along with hundreds of people from civic organizations and youth groups who have rallied for this cause, and the many similar ones that have emerged across the nation, do not oppose progress per se, but they want it to be accompanied by compassion and humanity, two characteristics in which the current government is severely lacking.
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