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    'Hell money', coffin and funeral wreath for Chinese National Day

     

    'Hell money', coffin and funeral wreath for Chinese National Day

     

    Hong Kong
    October 1, 2012

     

    by P H Yang Photography (phyang.org)

     


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    Activists marched to China's Central Government Liaison Office during a National Day rally in Hong Kong and delivered a funeral wreath and a coffin while scattering so-called 'Hell money' to protest China's one-party rule and poor human rights record.

     

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    1. A funeral flower wreath is delivered by activists  to the China Central Government Liaison Office in Hong Kong during a  National Day rally.

     

    2. 'Hell money' scattered with a funeral flower wreath  and a coffin delivered to the China's Central Government Liaison Office.

     

    3. Activists marched from the Central District to the China  Central Government Liaison Office in Western District. The  banner reads 'End one-party dictatorship. Power to the people'.

     

    4. Rally on  the National Day in Hong Kong demanding 'End of one-party dictatorship'.

     

    5. Activists carrying a funeral flower wreath during the National Day rally.

     

    6. Legislative Councillor Leung Kwok Hung (aka Long  Hair) was forced to strip off his protest T-shirt before being allowed  to attend the Flag Raising ceremony at Golden Bauhinia Plaza.

     

    7. Activists carrying a coffin pass by a shop selling lanterns for the mid-Autumn festival.

     

    8. Koo Sze-yiu of the League of Social Democrats chants anti-China slogans in front of the China Central Government Liaison Office.

     

    9. A coffin and a banner demanding 'End One-party  Dictatorship' were delivered to the China Central Government Liaison Office.

     

    10. Police tried to blockade the rallying activists from reaching the China Central Government Liaison Office.


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