Nepalese in Hong Kong march for Democracy at home

Today Nepalese living in Hong Kong marched from Kowloon Park to Star Ferry in support for full democracy in Nepal. The march turned to a mass gathering at Star Ferry and different speakers gave speeches supporting the demonstrators in Nepal and asking King Gyanendra to give up power. Hong Kong’s lawmaker and activist, Leong Kwok-hung and representatives from human rights groups participated in the march and spoke at the meeting.

Nepalese in Hong Kong come out in Support for Democracy at home

Foreigner speaking at the the mass meeting supporting the Nepalese cause

Listening to the speakers attentively

Speaker from Chinese student union

Bhakta Gurung speaking for Democracy in Nepal

Hong Kong’s lawmaker and activist, Leong Kwok-hung saluting the courage of Nepalese people.

Appealing Nepalese in Hong Kong to support financially for the ongoing movement at home

Me with fellow protesters in Star Ferry

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