reducto1art: We need your help. I guess I will be taken to…


We need your help.

I guess I will be taken to prison by Chinese government one day, because of this art I drew, or the things I said.

I am from Hong Kong. As you may not know, this is a special administration region of China. We (still) have our own legal system, and freedom of speech, that’s why I can access to everywhere in the internet without censorship (I get ask a lot).

Recently, over a million of people are protesting against the Extradition Law. It was an extremely-almost-impossible fight and many students are injured horribly by the police force. I WAS THERE.

If the extradition law is passed, which means that China can “took” anyone from Hong Kong back to China as “prisoners”. Oh you don’t wanna know what China will do to those innocent people …

The government is forcing the law on us. We couldn’t do this on our own. We need more attention from other countries. Please spread this message out.

The Washington Post
The Guardian
Beautiful drone video captured on 9/6 & 12/6


Reposting is welcome. I prefer NOT to credit me if you want to post it to somewhere else (especially Facebook).

15/6 UPDATE: One of our man just jump off from the roof - he suicided because of THIS. 

His last words were “Full withdrawal of Extradition Bill. We are not rioters. Release injured students. Step down Carrie Lam. Help Hong Kong. No Extradition To China. Make Love No Shot.” 

We are all heartbroken. You will be missed. R.I.P.


I’m from Hong Kong now working in China. Hong Kong is considered the world’s freest economy for more than two decades, which means we have hundred of thousands of expats and entrepreneurs from all over the world. The Hong Kong Stock Exchange has been among the top global Initial Public Offerings raising markets in the past decade, which means we have one of the biggest pools of foreign investments and money.  Hong Kong hosts nearly 90 international media organisations including major broadcasters, newspapers and news agencies. Hong Kong belongs to Hong Kong people, but Hong Kong also belongs to the international society.   Over 70 of the world’s 100 top banks operate in Hong Kong. At the moment you are reading this, I am 100% sure there are your fellow people living and working in Hong Kong, I am 100% sure parts of your investment or fund can be traced back to Hong Kong market. We are all connected.

The proposed extradition law not only is going to send Hong Kongers to China, it actually extends to everyone who is physically in Hong Kong, even you are just transiting to somewhere else, if China considers you have committed a crime. It is not reaching and accusative if you make sense of this law now proposed in Hong Kong in the context of hostage diplomacy (  While one may pend for the leniency of the government if such law is passed and executed, no one should live in fear.

While the western countries have been doing business with China feeding and growing the monster of the Communist authoritarian regime, millions of Hong Kongers are courageous and conscientious to stand up to say no to this extradition law. One and two millions of us took the streets on 9 and 16 June respectively. Scared is what you’re feeling. Brave is what you’re doing.

(Photo credits: Apply Daily, Stand News Hong Kong)

Between two massive rallies, a peaceful demonstration on 12 June was violently suppressed by the Hong Kong Police Force. Unarmed protesters and journalists were being assaulted by unjustified and excessive use of force. Protesters running for life were cornered with teargas, being shot in the heads with rubber bullets and beanbags. Despite of the casuality of these civilians, Police is going to charge some of them of inciting riots.

China and Hong Kong governments are now laying low to wait for G20 to pass, where the world leaders will come together to discuss economic and political matters.  Please spread this news and don’t let our cry be unheard.

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