To be free is not to be lawless.
To be free is not merely to cast off one's chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.
The U.S. signed the HK Human Rights and Democracy Act and get this beautiful art in return.
These rebel teenagers have damaged colleges in HK. Now they are here.
Wearing a mask for too long makes it your new face.
A person should not be defined by one political movement. A Coward hides in the crowd.
Those who start purging dissents are not qualified to criticize the party.
Tearing down the HKSAR border to prosper, tearing down the wall in your heart to be free.
What a surprise! Boston welcomes mainlanders more than Hong Kong.
Your dialect does not make you noble, what you say with it does.
A slandering bookseller deserves a trial, and maybe also the jail.
Waving the star-stripe flag does not gain you respect, from anyone.
Many HK press is seeking the "truth" their readers pleased to see.
Doctors doing politics on weekdays are doctors who forget his oath.
HK used to have good movies, do good research, make good money. Now they have good protesters.
Calling your violence a revolution only romanticize it, not justifying it.
HK has the best police in the world. Try your valiance here. Now.
"The revolution of your time" is the kind of revolution where protesters blaming the police for arriving late to provide protection.
We shall defend BU from black mobs.
HKers are not too different from the mainlanders, in school they learned too much math but no arts. This graffiti gives proof.