Hong Kong Protest – Video

Last week I went to see the Occupy Central democracy protests in Admiralty, Hong Kong. Students had camped out in front of the government offices, and took over roads in order to express their frustration with authority and demand change. The movement was still going strong, after violent actions from police had the opposite intended affect and renewed the people’s motivation and strength. Sadly, since then there has been yet more brutality and there is even more healing to do. At this rate Occupy isn’t going anywhere…

At the time, the scale of the scene astounded and humbled me. I have already posted some pictures, but I think moving-pictures footage can best communicate what is happening there. Allow me to share my video:

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3 thoughts on “Hong Kong Protest – Video

  1. And… Now today for some unbelievable quotes from $hairman CY Leung: “Democracy would see poor people dominate the Hong Kong vote.”

    This movement will not be ending any time soon will it?

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  2. Pingback: OCCUPY MORE! | Ray H to the C

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