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Hong Kong Digital Vision: July 1 March : Hope for Full Democracy :: Photoblog in Hong Kong


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Sunday, July 03, 2005

July 1 March : Hope for Full Democracy

Event: July 1 March
Date: July 1, 2005 15:00
Location: From Victoria Park to Central Government Office, Central

** Because of large file size, all photos were resized, click the photo to see larger view.

Although Tung Chee Hwa was stepped down (resigned). It still have 21,000 Hong Kong people joined the 7.1 March to request for more Democracy.

This year, Civil Human Rights Front (香港民間人權陣線聯盟) which organises the protest hold 7.1 Mock Referendum to vote for Full Democracy before the start of the march.

Photo: 7.1 Mock Referendum Entrance
Location: Victoria Park


You need to show your Hong Kong Identity card to grant voting right.


It was raining before...


We are not against the China, we just want Justice, Peace And Democracy.




Location: Football Pitch Entrance, Victoria Park
After voting, we finally can get in the Football Pitch.

Man with DIY Plastic Loud Speaker: "Please moving inside the football pitch..."


Big Banner laying on the floor


"We Don't Want to be a Slave"




Free 7.1 Bookmark


Crown were waiting...


Big Ball rolling


Location: In front of Queen Victoria Statue, Victoria Park




Support group for pre- and post-operative transsexuals, more info at their website.




"The Incredibles Want Democracy Now"
They are not coming from pixar, they are coming from International Action.
Do we need really super hero to save us?


There is a good sign of freedom of speech, when you still can see the Taiwan Flag.




Location: Causeway Road, Causeway Bay



Thumb up!






Banner: "Celebrate China recall Tung Chee Hwa"






Location: Yee Wo Street, Causeway Bay








Location: Yee Wo Street Walkway, Causeway Bay
Japanese also support Hong Kong People?








Some pro-china newspapers report that many shop lose a lot of money before they cannot make business during marching. Come on, did they really thing those business men are so stupid?






Sorry for the mess..


Location: Opposite of Sogo Department Store, Causeway Bay


Donald Tsang, Beijing puppet?
Tsang Kin Shing (Bull) 曾健成(阿牛)


Location: 424 Hennessy Road, Wanchai
New Movie: Human Right Wars : Part III : Return of Full Democracy
User Rating: 10 stars
Leung Kwok Hung (Long Hair) 梁國雄(長毛)
"You were the chosen one!"


He is the director (designer) of Human Right Wars Poster


Location: Bowrington Road/Hennessy Road, Wanchai
New Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR - Donald Tsang joined the Dark side of the Force?
Mr. Tsang said before, "I drink Hong Kong water, have the blood of Hong Kongers in their bodies." But some people thank he suck Hong Kongers blood instead.

Thanks for e-politics21 to provide free Hong Kong water.


Location: 342 Hennessy Road, Wanchai
In front of TaKungPao Office
"Don't move or I will shoot"


"Excuse me, I am the reporter of People Radio Hong Kong ... "


Director of Hong Kong Human Rights Monitor - Mr. Law Yuk Kai
"Please Sign to Release Detained Hong Kong Journalistto - Mr. Ching Cheong."


Location: C.C. Wu Buiding, WanChai


The banner written: "Crying Out Democracy, In The Center of Central Government Office" which based on Japanese movie title: Crying Out Love, In The Center Of the World. I love this one.



Beside Democracy, some also flight for gay rights.
"Love Knows No Wrong"


Sometime, we may get tried for long run...


...but you didn't forget what we are fighting for...


.. and we keeping moving forward...


Emily Lau (The Frontier) : "..Phone your friend to join the march now"


Can you blame this children when Secretary for Education and Manpower Arthur K.C. Li (李國章) has also playing computer games during a Legco meeting (Photo from The Sun newspaper)?



Hand in Hand to new era ...


.. because it cannot return.


The Yellow Ribbon, Symbol of hope.


"Can we have Full Democracy at 2007?"




Chinese Wedding?


Koo Sze Yiu (古思堯 ) sit beside the Grave of Hong Kong Democracy.
He said that Mr. Democracy was died on 1st July 1997, the year Hong Kong return to China.
I really hope Mr. Democracy will reborn to butterfly like old Chinese story - The Butterfly Lovers(梁山伯與祝英台).


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5 Comments:

Anonymous ryanne said...

great pics :)
hope you don't mind me linking to your site here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/laihiu/sets/526950/

Sun Jul 03, 11:02:00 PM GMT+8  
Blogger Chris Lee said...

Ryanne, Updated. Thanks for your link.

Mon Jul 04, 01:05:00 AM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

funny pic, good job~~~

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http://www.fotop.net/xanniex

Mon Jul 04, 09:55:00 AM GMT+8  
Anonymous Tung said...

Good Job,Man

Keep GOING.....

Mon Jul 04, 09:46:00 PM GMT+8  
Blogger felipe said...

hey hnice think but tell me what do you think what is the best for hong kong??

Wed Jul 06, 04:57:00 AM GMT+8  

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