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March 2015 - Civic Awakening

Youth March to the Polls

The Occupy Movement was a large-scale civic awakening for Hong Kong young's people. In the post-Occupy era, they are seeking ways to preserve the spirit of the movement and spread the concept of democracy to local communities. Some of them consider joining the District Council elections later this year as a way to change the established system.

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