No, she didn’t. I just run into her working around the base camp at Admiralty this evening. Her face has become so recognisable after her arrest.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
The pro-democracy protesters have braved all the challenges carrying on with the Umbrella Movement into the third week. Visiting the occupied area has become a routine for lots of people. Seeing the younger faces full of life, hopes and determination is as encouraging as worrying to the older generations who experienced the horror in the history of modern China and the 1989 massacre in Tianamen Square. It is so. It is so.
Tuesday, October 14, 2014
My GRD4 and Lr5 are up and running, but our city is very sick. Sick, very sick of the patronising top officials unlashed by the dictators.
There are lots of photo opportunity around. But as anyone sane living in the city, one almost can’t bear the intense power and uncertainty from the silence and calmness of the protesters in the occupied street while shooting.
Just this afternoon, it was reported that seemingly concerted efforts between the law enforcement and the suspected triad- and Mainlanders-affiliated anti-protesters were made to remove barricades and stormed the occupied sites. At night, protesters started to fortify.
This is as worrying as saddening.