Thank you to anyone from around the world who liked and/or reblogged the posts relating to the Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong. Thanks for your support and blessings, and letting us know that we are not alone in this.
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The umbrella, first used to protect protesters, has become a symbol of the ongoing democracy protests in Hong Kong. The above image has drawn comparisons to the “Tank Man” from the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests.
Hong Kong, 9/2014.
Pro-democracy demonstrators hold up their mobile phones during a protest near the Hong Kong government headquarters on September 29, 2014. (Dale de la Rey/AFP/Getty Images)
I’m proud of being a HongKonger
“Hong Kong: A city where protestors don’t smash up shops, and they also clean up after themselves, yet get teargassed and pushed by the police.”
If you don’t know what happened in HK, you may see my last post. Police fired tear gas and plastic bullets to the peaceful protestors who have no weapons on hand, but only umbrellas. We have always been proud of the freedom and democracy in our city, but now we doubt if we will still be able to be proud of it. We are fed up by the broken promises made in 1997 when HK was returned to China, the wealthy or businessmen-favored policies, the disorders brought by the Mainland travelers…and more. Now, we have no choice, but to get up and fight for what we deserve. Please support and pray for us. #FightForRealDemocracy
The day Hongkongers will never forget.
We only fight for what we deserve!
lol cris acting like sergio’s son and copying him
Juanito and Jorge ^_^
i cannot hear cr7 haters