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Hong Kong Digital Vision: Protest Against Chief Executive Election March :: Photoblog in Hong Kong


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Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)
Equipment: Canon 30D, Canon EF 24-105mm f/4 L IS USM
Event: Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)
Place: Victoria Park, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
Date: 10 March 2007 Sunday 19:00

About 100 Hong Kong people had joined the protest led by the League of Social Democrats (社會民主連線) march for protest against chief executive election.

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行) : Member of the League of Social Democrats, Long Hair Leung Kwok-hung
Member of the League of Social Democrats, Long Hair Leung Kwok-hung

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行): Member of the League of Social Democrats, Albert Chan Wai-yip
Member of the League of Social Democrats, Albert Chan Wai-yip

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行) : Member of the League of Social Democrats, Raymond Wong Yuk-man
Member of the League of Social Democrats, Raymond Wong Yuk-man

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)
Protesters trapped by police and threatened to break through the iron gates

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)
Hong Kong Police holding banners in both Chinese and English, warned protesters that their participation in the protest could constitute a crime and risked criminal prosecution.

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)
The police have banned the march, citing inconvenience to the public and potential disruption to traffic

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)
Protesters attempted to leave the park via the Hing Fat Street exit at the opposite end but were forced to stay in an area bounded by iron gates near the tennis courts.

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)
The protesters disbanded after a 90-minute sit-in and after considering other options, including breaking through the gates.

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)
The standoff between the protesters and the police has ended peacefully finally.

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)

Protest Against Chief Executive Election March (譴責假選舉大遊行)
The Frontier's Emily Lau Wai-hing claimed victory when leaving Victoria Park

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2 Comments:

Blogger Beijingfriend said...

what is the purple that hongkonger
protest?

Thu Mar 15, 09:16:00 PM GMT+8  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope the following can give you a better idea

http://forum4hk.com/viewthread.php?tid=921&extra=page%3D1

http://forum4hk.com/viewthread.php?tid=922&extra=page%3D1

Tue Mar 20, 12:15:00 AM GMT+8  

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