Protesters spill onto the street in Causeway Bay after a rally in Victoria Park organised by the Civil Human Rights Front on August 18. The pro-democracy group, which has organised the biggest demonstrations against the now-shelved extradition bill, had been denied permission to hold a march to Central on the day. Photo: Reuters

Hong Kong’s protests are now fluid and spontaneous but continue to support the city’s core values

  • While Hong Kong is witnessing a shift away from traditional, formal political action towards a flexible, leaderless civil resistance, commitment to the values the city holds dear and to the fight for democracy remains strong
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Protesters spill onto the street in Causeway Bay after a rally in Victoria Park organised by the Civil Human Rights Front on August 18. The pro-democracy group, which has organised the biggest demonstrations against the now-shelved extradition bill, had been denied permission to hold a march to Central on the day. Photo: Reuters
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