Hong Kong Portraits of Protest

In this Oct. 10, 2014 photo, Hacken Tse, 38, a freelance photographer, poses for a portrait on a main road in an occupied area near government headquarters in Hong Kong. Tse said “It has increased people’s civil awareness, but the youngsters have yet to learn many things. The development of the movement has come toContinue reading “Hong Kong Portraits of Protest”

In this Oct. 10, 2014 photo, Hacken Tse, 38, a freelance photographer, poses for a portrait on a main road in an occupied area near government headquarters in Hong Kong. Tse said “It has increased people’s civil awareness, but the youngsters have yet to learn many things. The development of the movement has come to a time when they should take a turn, but they still haven’t realized it. Some people just want to get the aura of glory, yet have done nothing since the beginning. They don’t know their rights and duty.” (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

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