Protesters, including lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan, Land Justice League founder Chu Hoi-dick, district councillor Paul Zimmerman and affected residents, created the mound with waste from dumping sites across the New Territories. Photo: Nora Tam Protesters, including lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan, Land Justice League founder Chu Hoi-dick, district councillor Paul Zimmerman and affected residents, created the mound with waste from dumping sites across the New Territories. Photo: Nora Tam
Protesters, including lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan, Land Justice League founder Chu Hoi-dick, district councillor Paul Zimmerman and affected residents, created the mound with waste from dumping sites across the New Territories. Photo: Nora Tam

Angered by ‘waste hill’, protesters build their own mound of trash outside Hong Kong government headquarters

Land Justice League founder Chu Hoi-dick says they’ll clear it if authorities take action against illegal dumping at Tin Shui Wai site

Protesters, including lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan, Land Justice League founder Chu Hoi-dick, district councillor Paul Zimmerman and affected residents, created the mound with waste from dumping sites across the New Territories. Photo: Nora Tam Protesters, including lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan, Land Justice League founder Chu Hoi-dick, district councillor Paul Zimmerman and affected residents, created the mound with waste from dumping sites across the New Territories. Photo: Nora Tam
Protesters, including lawmaker Lee Cheuk-yan, Land Justice League founder Chu Hoi-dick, district councillor Paul Zimmerman and affected residents, created the mound with waste from dumping sites across the New Territories. Photo: Nora Tam
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