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12 views • August 27, 2019

Thousands of Hong Kong Protesters March in Rain to Have Voices Heard

Jeremy sandberg
HONG KONG—Thousands of Hong Kong protesters marched in the pouring rain on Aug. 25, a day after police fired tear gas for the first time in more than a week. Three metro stations in the area were closed in anticipation of a planned march in the Tsuen Wan district. "I think it’s time to stand out and then tell the societies and our people that we should do something right," said one of the protesters Mary. "Instead of just keeping silent or just letting it go."
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