In keeping with yesterdays post about Hong Kong, I’m re-blogging a post from someone who’s there. The New York Times has a great picture on the front page of today’s edition, but it somehow lacks the immediacy, when you know someone is being paid to take that picture. These pictures are, for me, more raw, and more authentic. And now the media begins to also draw parallels to Beijing, and 25 years ago. And again, I fear…
Sorry need to have a pause on my last topic, since something way more important is happening right now and on, than my “little trip to Beijing” and not quite sure if we know hows it going to end up.
*just wanted to make sure you understand the purpose of this post or the coming few.. and my position during this event. Although I am always physically in the protest but I really am not participating or on any sides. Or should there even be any sides. But I respect the idea of this event. I tried my best to be as most invisible as possible and take the photos that the situations allow me to. .. so this post is purely for sharing what I saw and not about having a say.
to be continued..
Thanks for reading.
and hope HK will be settled soon.