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MiffyPekkle Jan 11
& ask people to say NO to violence. BUT they always keep silent on & vandalism of shops/cafes of . Even pro-govt mouth-piece TVB wouldn’t report this kind of violence. Tyranny is biased. 文華饕記
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Enzo Mazak Jan 18
isn’t perfect & sadly, it’ll never be perfect. But u shouldn’t give it up as it’s a symbol of resisting , a gesture of supporting and a lifestyle of . (needs Tripadv) Bear with it(s flaw) & you’ll find the way, .
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Daniel Suen Jan 21
Watch this story from me and on fairs, as rats take backseat with mascots and slogan fai chun in spotlight for stirring up . And the govt don’t like this. And I forgot to include the Pepe neon signs in the edit.
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arhhhhhhhhh_ Feb 14
Food Garden ETC🍝 📍Portion of Shop 304, 3rd Floor, D2 Place, 9 Cheung Yee Street, Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon
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arhhhhhhhhh_ Feb 10
阿貓地攤🐱 📍Causeway Bay, 3/F, Flat D, Po Ming Building 2-6 Foo Ming Street
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Hibiki_foodie|罷搭黨鐵🈲 Feb 15
🍲 Guts Soul Kamameshi 😋 📍 G286-288, III Amoy Plaza, Kowloon Bay 💛 posters in shop, not welcome China tourists during outbreak is ethical consumption- support Hong Kong freedom and democracy
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deinhk😷 Jan 23
We let our money speak for us.
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Joyce Jan 21
Lets build up our own enconmic circle. We're not only pay for the stuff, we also pay for the consiences.
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Craig Choy Jan 22
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😷Liberty😷 Jan 24
Replying to @hospitality_law
Using our money as a vote! want universal suffrage now! Support
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MKHo_HKborn Jan 29
Replying to @FinancialTimes
& just try to block all rallies, but they never seek real political solutions. From 'super obedience' on tax paying to our , we'll continue to fight until realising . Still, we need people to continue to !
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Rottor Fong Jan 20
Replying to @STcom
Real only supports entities inside the . Blue and red capital should be kicked out of the economy.
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One little piggy 😷 Jan 29
Replying to @FinancialTimes
The democracy movement of Hong Kong is evolved to deeper level. In every corners and every hearts, the raging fire to fight for is expanding from rallies to and is escalating to a global battle of defending democracy against totalitarian.
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shameonhongkongpolice Jan 29
Replying to @FinancialTimes
or rather, we would call it the pro-democracy campaign. We will spend every dollar on Yellow (pro-democracy) shops in order to build a business environment that is conducive to our protest
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P Jan 11
& green (Whampoa) - the nicest and the only yellow cafe in Whampoa! The owner of this cafe is a Japanese, and there are pepe lanterns on top of the cake shelf 🥰 Their burnt cheesecake is AMAZING, but the roast beef sandwich was only so so
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pigeon 🇳🇱🖐️ Jan 13
week 2: yellow economic circle done just on time!
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Christy🇭🇰😷 Jan 29
Replying to @NewYorker
We merge our live into protest. Our protests would take place in any form at any place The is just another form of protest that shows how determined we are!
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Ah Man Jan 12
Teabrush 茶墨 at TheOne, Tsim Sha Tsui. Their signature drinks are painting-like and with lots of chewy mochi and paste (sesame, taro or others) Their tea-flavoured gelato is also delicious!!!
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🖐🏻(๑`ਊ ´๑) ノ Jan 8
Hongkongers are getting used to a new mode of YELLOW consumption in the daily life. Supporting merchants that stand with , boycotting those betray conscience and support government .
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Senko-san Jan 24
Replying to @hospitality_law
Patrionzing "Yellow" restaurants is the new way to support Hong Kong's democratic movement!
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