1 July, Hong Kong. Retrocession day to China, with a not-in-the-tourism-guides protest march tagging along yearly since 1997 sans exception. Cette année,les gens ne sont pas content avec le bureau du gouvernement central à Hong Kong, comme montré ici:
冤 – 直指 李旺陽 “被自殺”案 injust – le cas de LI Wang Yang.
“冤” – injust
A post-90s youth group 學民思潮 （scholarism） voicing their concern over “national education” to be implemented in the K-12 curriculum.
Godwin’s law coming into effect， inevitable? This time targeting the new Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR, CY Leung. 唉！高德温效應又來了,衝着梁振英來的！
oops, Hitler reference!
I am not a fan of Falun Gong, but they always have an extremely long, equipped with marching band, huge banners and their carriers, procession towards the end of the parade. Visually, that’s very provoative indeed!
Falun Gong – as long as usual!
une ville n’est plus idéale? crié un slogan dans la manif.
Pearl of the Orient no more?
An almost universally true question thrown at the Police in all kinds of public demonstrations: “Police officers, Where’s your conscience?”
The protest march meant so much to fellow citizens that many who missed the “full frontal” of the yearly retrocession day fireworks. Honestly, getting the naked truth from the marchers was better than the jubilant lies camouflaged in fireworks!
tail of the protest pausing for fireworks, FIVE hours after the start of the march!
Public transit made way for the marchers.
Streets free of people and traffic, after marchers flowed by for hours.
emptied and littered