Hong Kong “Mongkok Write with You” movement writing Christmas cards to those protestors in prison

Hong Kong – The “Mongkok Write with You” movement was held at 7:30 pm on Dec. 13, at the Mong Kok Pesdestrian Bridge, aiming to let civilians to write Christmas cards to those in prison due to the protest movement.

A charity counter selling “FREE HONG KONG” T-shirts and some accessories related to the movement was also set up to help fund those at the frontline and those in need in the movement.

In supplementary to the event was a documentary film about the movement in the past six months, including Hong Kong Police attacking CUHK, plus an interview with a first aider there, as well an interview with the young boy who got shot at Sai Wan Ho, 721, 831, 101 etc. People stood aside and watched the video, some of them cried because of the grief of what they suffered as a whole and anger to the Hong Kong Police and the Government.

Source: Guardians of Hong Kong


Editor: 【GM31】 Contributor:【GM02】

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