People sing Glory to Hong Kong in a shopping mall in the city earlier this month. Crowds have gathered in several malls to sing the song, which has become the anthem of anti-government protests that have rocked Hong Kong since June. Photo: AP
People sing Glory to Hong Kong in a shopping mall in the city earlier this month. Crowds have gathered in several malls to sing the song, which has become the anthem of anti-government protests that have rocked Hong Kong since June. Photo: AP

Hong Kong protest anthem Glory to Hong Kong takes on a life of its own, translated and performed in sign language

  • It’s become the song of Hong Kong’s summer of protest, and a producer working with its composer says the reason is simple: its martial beat
  • Several versions have been posted online, the latest for deaf supporters, and it has been sung in shopping malls. It strengthens protest spirit, producer says

People sing Glory to Hong Kong in a shopping mall in the city earlier this month. Crowds have gathered in several malls to sing the song, which has become the anthem of anti-government protests that have rocked Hong Kong since June. Photo: AP
People sing Glory to Hong Kong in a shopping mall in the city earlier this month. Crowds have gathered in several malls to sing the song, which has become the anthem of anti-government protests that have rocked Hong Kong since June. Photo: AP
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