Since the start of the movement 6 months ago, Hongkongers had used their own methods to voice their opinion. Known for supporting protestors, Lung Mun Cafe organized a “New Year Dinner for the Children of Hong Kong” event, providing free dinner to protestors to welcome the New Year of the Rat.
Lung Mun Cafe posted on its Facebook page this morning (Dec. 22) that as the Lunar New Year drew near, they wanted to organise a New Year’s Eve feast for protestors on Jan. 24 (Lunar New Year’s Eve) in a banquet hall somewhere. However, the venue was not included, with only “confidential!” written on the poster.
Many netizens thought that such a touching and heartwarming event showcased Hongkongers’ love for each other. “Like a fire in winter”, as some described it. Others hoped that Hongkongers could ignore their pain for a short instance “to enjoy a great feast and hug each other, to show that there’s still love in Hong Kong.”
Source: Stand News