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Hong Kong: July 1

A citizen reporter from Taiwan blogs about his experience on the July 1st demonstration this year in InMediaHK. The writer has joined the July 1st rally for three years hoping to find out what is the meaning of citizen movement in Hong Kong and the substance of local social movement apart from universal suffrage. He observes that the demonstrators had strong sentiment against the bureaucratic government but the “anti-” stand may result in an “dis-identification” process (zh).

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