How Hong Kong’s Protesters Evade Police and Keep the Demonstrations Alive

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How Hong Kong’s Protesters Evade Police and Keep the Demonstrations Alive

By Canadian Times

Here’s what others had to say:

Ian The Cool Thief
They say people are smart, but a crowd is stupid, but this is a prime example of what happens when a crowd is smart.

Danielle Martinos
Jesus, this is more organized than any event I’ve ever been too.

lilpluto
for people going to the Minneapolis protests, TAKE NOTES

Yiding Yang
I love how they translated 加油” to “add oil” at the end. In Chinese it’s a generic cheer and encouraging phrase such as “let’s go” or “come on”

miguel R
I hope Minneapolis, LA, NY are taking notes

Discursion
I can’t believe you guys translated 加油 as “add oil”. It simply means “don’t give up!”.

VladCodY
This is another level of protest. Not just an aggressive one, but also a smart one. Somehow it creates the image of a “civilized” yet effective protest, where people show their unity and mutual support alongside the much needed hostility. THIS is the “rightest” way I have seen so far, and other countries/ groups should learn from it (yes, I am pointing fingers).

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