Cyclist from Japan Offers Free Coffee in Support of Hong Kong Protesters

Hong Kong – A Japanese traveller – Masanori Nishikawa – has been giving out free hand-drip coffee in Hong Kong to support Hongkongers’ fight for democracy.

Masanori Nishkawa, has toured 90,000km on his bike and visited 37 countries in the past 12 years. Moved by Hongkongers’ resistance over the past 6 months, he made a special visit to Hong Kong to offer free coffee in a different location each day from December 9 to 25 Dec. He hopes the act can cheer Hongkongers up.  

The coffee beans used by Nishkawa are home-roasted, and each cup of coffee was hand-pulled for Hongkongers. He offered free coffee outside Wanchai MTR Station, many passersby stopped to chat and took photo.  

Note on the cardboard:

I am heartbroken by Hongkongers’ plight. I, therefore, brought coffee from Japan to Hong Kong, hoping to warm your hearts and give you a smile. It’s free! Enjoy!

He was checked on the street and had his passport details copied by the Hong Kong Police.

Source: Guardians of Hong Kong


Editor:【GM31】 Contributor:【GM02】

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