Hong Kong Portraits of Protest

In this Friday, Oct. 10, 2014 photo, Tabris Ho, 25, a salesperson, poses for a portrait with his “I love HK” T-shirt on a main road in the occupied areas at Causeway Bay district in Hong Kong. Ho said “Firstly, it exposes to public knowledge that the youths in Hong Kong are not like hothouseContinue reading “Hong Kong Portraits of Protest”

In this Friday, Oct. 10, 2014 photo, Tabris Ho, 25, a salesperson, poses for a portrait with his “I love HK” T-shirt on a main road in the occupied areas at Causeway Bay district in Hong Kong. Ho said “Firstly, it exposes to public knowledge that the youths in Hong Kong are not like hothouse flowers. They can stand the test of hardships and challenges. Through this movement, Hong Kongers have a common faith. This generation will have a deep-rooted memory. Even if the National People’s Congress (in Beijing) does not make any changes, the political system remains stagnant.” (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

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