HONG KONG (Reuters) - Over 100 pro-democracy students stormed Hong Kong government headquarters and scuffled with police late on Friday in protest against the Chinese government’s tightening grip on the
A friendly reminder that Hong Kong is not just a shopping haven with skyscrapers and lights, that there are residents who are not happy to be a citizen under a Communist government with no sovereignty, where our laws were written specifically to keep us under colonial ideals while transitioning us into the grip of oppressive Chinese legal bounds.
This is happening right now.
This is my hometown, these are my people and I wish I could join in the fight.
Just last night the demomstration became violent, and no one is reallt talking about it on the world stage.
This is my one small voice speaking up for my hometown, my family.