Activists marched to China's Central Government Liaison Office during a National Day rally in Hong
Kong and delivered a funeral wreath and a coffin while scattering so-called 'Hell money' to protest
China's one-party rule and poor human rights record.
'Hell Money' Fluttering
'Hell money' scattered with a funeral flower wreath and a coffin
delivered to the China's Central Government Liaison Office.
Activists marched from the Central District to the China Central Government Liaison Office
in Western District. The banner reads 'End one-party dictatorship. Power to the people'.
Power to the People
Rally on the National Day in Hong Kong demanding 'Power to the people'.
Activists carrying a funeral flower wreath during the National Day rally.
Legislative Councillor Leung Kwok Hung (aka Long Hair) was forced to strip off his protest
T-shirt before being allowed to attend the Flag Raising ceremony at Golden Bauhinia Plaza.
Activists carrying a coffin pass by a shop selling lanterns for the Mid-Autumn festival.
Koo Sze-yiu of the League of Social Democrats chants anti-China slogans in front of the
China Central Government Liaison Office.
End One-party Dictatorship
A coffin and a banner demanding 'End One-party Dictatorship' were delivered to the China
Central Government Liaison Office.
Police tried to blockade the rallying activists from reaching the China Central Government