Winky Law and Jeffrey Kwong (left to right under red umbrella) repair a broken umbrella in a workshop at Aberdeen on July 17. Photo: Dickson Lee Winky Law and Jeffrey Kwong (left to right under red umbrella) repair a broken umbrella in a workshop at Aberdeen on July 17. Photo: Dickson Lee
Winky Law and Jeffrey Kwong (left to right under red umbrella) repair a broken umbrella in a workshop at Aberdeen on July 17. Photo: Dickson Lee
City Weekend

Hong Kong duo pushes for city to start sharing umbrellas, now synonymous with protest but always good against rain

  • Umbrellas placed at designated spots, allowing anyone to grab one during a downpour and return it later
  • Co-Umbrella aims to reduce thousands of unwanted umbrellas that go to waste in Hong Kong each week, clogging up landfills

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Winky Law and Jeffrey Kwong (left to right under red umbrella) repair a broken umbrella in a workshop at Aberdeen on July 17. Photo: Dickson Lee Winky Law and Jeffrey Kwong (left to right under red umbrella) repair a broken umbrella in a workshop at Aberdeen on July 17. Photo: Dickson Lee
Winky Law and Jeffrey Kwong (left to right under red umbrella) repair a broken umbrella in a workshop at Aberdeen on July 17. Photo: Dickson Lee
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