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The race to become Hong Kong’s next chief executive: analysing the key candidates’ body language


Dr Leow Chee Seng, professor of non-verbal communication and human behaviour at the IIC University of Technology, in Cambodia, said a politician’s body language is integral to whether voters consider him or her strong, trustworthy and inspiring.
He said many voters remained confused about how to interpret a politician’s body language, particularly as their words do not always complement their mannerisms when they speak on camera.
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