As the city returns to normal following a weekend of mass demonstrations, which saw the streets of Hong Kong covered with hundreds of thousands of protesters, remnants of the weekends’ anger remain on the city’s walls, on Tuesday.
Anti-government graffiti can be seen all along the route which the more radical protesters took last Sunday. “Chinazi” it reads, referring to what they consider the similarity between the Chinese government and the Nazis.
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