"참여연대는 홍콩의 시민들과 함께 합니다"✊
한국의 민주주의와 시민운동에 대해 궁금한 많은 분들이 꼭 들리는 곳, 바로 참여연대입니다.
오늘은 특별히 홍콩 대학생들이 방문해주셨어요. 우리는 검정 티셔츠를 입고 연대의 마음을 담은 현수막을 걸었습니다. 지금 일어나고 있는 홍콩 시위와 최근 한국의 촛불 시위에 대해 이야기를 나누며, 우리는 공통점이 많다는 걸 느꼈어요.
"We stand with the people of Hong Kong and express our solidarity"✊
PSPD is the place where people who are curious about democracy and civil movements in Korea are sure to visit.
Today, students from Community College of City University Hong Kong(Social Science Department) visited us. We wore in a black t-shirt and held banner with a solidarity. We have shared a lot about Hong Kong protests and also candlelight demonstrations in Korea. We have a lot in common.
my beautiful #HomeKong 🇭🇰when 2 million ppl marched on the street plus one man committed suicide for the god damn extradition law bill... wt we eventually got is an apology -.- pointless press con indeed.
p.s. a lot of ppl shared @lsb.co 's protest photos without any credit. pls dont forget copyright is also very important apart from wt u're fighting for.
3rd & 4th pic's credit 📷: @lsb.co
•friends and family have asked me where my favorite place I’ve traveled to has been so far, and I usually feel inclined to answer Hong Kong! The history is so richly diverse and a part of everyday life... You can enjoy mouthwatering dim sum or brisket noodles (‼️) and then walk out onto Queen Victoria Street and hop on a tram to make it to tea time. It’s a lovely combination of cultures. The fact that citizens are having to protest for their freedom in fear of their future is messed UP. My thoughts are with the millions who marched and I’m inspired by their passion for justice. Thankful for my rights. • #nochinaextradition#hk#thisishongkong ♥️