Part 2 of this photo series. Non-violent but not always legal, creative resistance in its diverse forms have become a staple of Hong Kong’s anti-government protests in 2019.
Part 1 of this photo series is here.
Protesters have resorted to a diversity of demonstration methods over the last seven months, with creative forms such as graffiti gaining popularity throughout the city.
Harbour Times photojournalists have captured many of the messages and images sprayed, postered, and even splattered throughout Hong Kong.
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