The Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress is about to vote on the Hong Kong version of the National Security Law. Some netizens launched the “June 28 Silent march” today to protested against the evil law. A large number of citizens started the march at Jordan Station at 3 pm and chanted “See You at Victoria Park on July 1, “5 Demands, Not One Less” and gestured with their hands.
The police raised the blue flag at least 5 times to warn of illegal assembly, and repeatedly pulled up a blockade line at Nathan Road to stop the public from moving forward plus stop and search many. However, the citizens marched fluidly, turning into sidestreets, and then continued after the blockades. They marched to the vicinity of Langham Place in Mong Kok and disbanded on its own, undaunted by the deployment of hundreds of riot police.
楊必興 P H Yang
楊必興屢獲殊榮，在美國三藩市，首都華盛頓，北京和香港曾舉辦十多場個人攝影展，包括香港 PMQ 之開幕攝影展。作品經常在國際媒體的首頁刋登 - 包括 CNN，CrowdSpark（前Newzulu，Citizenside）和Demotix；三藩市紀事報；Hong Kong Free Press；香港 01；香港信報月刊；明報；蘋果日報；TVB 等。
他的作品授權 Lonely Planet 旅遊指南和港龍航空機上雜誌《絲路》刊登。
After decades working as an IT professional in senior technical and management positions with multinationals such as IBM, HP and HSBC, P H Yang changed tack and chose to pursue his life-long passion in photography.
Award-winning photographer Yang is an exhibited and published artist in North America and Asia. His work is frequently featured on the front page of international media – CNN; CrowdSpark (formerly Newzulu, Citizenside) and Demotix; San Francisco Chronicle; Hong Kong Free Press; Hong Kong 01; Hong Kong Economic Journal Monthly; Ming Pao; Apple Daily; TVB...
His work is licensed by Lonely Planet travel guides and Dragonair's in-flight magazine Silkroad.
Yang has held over 10 solo exhibitions in San Francisco, Washington DC, Beijing and Hong Kong including PMQ's opening photo exhibition.
Yang won the Hong Kong Human Rights Arts Prize in 2015.
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