Anti-government protesters hold a ‘lunch with you’ demonstration at City Plaza in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Anti-government protesters hold a ‘lunch with you’ demonstration at City Plaza in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Anti-government protesters hold a ‘lunch with you’ demonstration at City Plaza in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong protests: hundreds take to malls for lunchtime rallies marking one-year anniversary of anti-government movement

  • Demonstrators gather across at least four major shopping centres to sing anthems, chant familiar slogans
  • Pointing to lack of universal suffrage, one clerk says you ‘can’t blame the victims’, but concedes Covid-19, security law fears have hampered movement

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Anti-government protesters hold a ‘lunch with you’ demonstration at City Plaza in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Anti-government protesters hold a ‘lunch with you’ demonstration at City Plaza in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Anti-government protesters hold a ‘lunch with you’ demonstration at City Plaza in Tai Koo. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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