January 20, 2020, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China: On January 20, 2020 Hong Kong activist Clayton Ng, received a notification from the Hong Kong Food and Enviromental Hygine Department demanding that he dismantle a stall that was set up at the Hong Kong Lunar New Year Festival in Victoria Park. The notice stated that the stall did not fit in with the theme of the festival and that it must be shut down immediately. Over the course of the next twenty hours Mr Ng pled with authorities protesting that they were within the theme of the festival. They were selling plants and flowers, plants for 100HKD a

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January 20, 2020, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China: On January 20, 2020 Hong Kong activist Clayton Ng, received a notification from the Hong Kong Food and Enviromental Hygine Department demanding that he dismantle a stall that was set up at the Hong Kong Lunar New Year Festival in Victoria Park. The notice stated that the stall did not fit in with the theme of the festival and that it must be shut down immediately. Over the course of the next twenty hours Mr Ng pled with authorities protesting that they were within the theme of the festival. They were selling plants and flowers, plants for 100HKD a Stock Photo
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January 20, 2020, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China: On January 20, 2020 Hong Kong activist Clayton Ng, received a notification from the Hong Kong Food and Enviromental Hygine Department demanding that he dismantle a stall that was set up at the Hong Kong Lunar New Year Festival in Victoria Park. The notice stated that the stall did not fit in with the theme of the festival and that it must be shut down immediately. Over the course of the next twenty hours Mr Ng pled with authorities protesting that they were within the theme of the festival. They were selling plants and flowers, plants for 100HKD a
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January 20, 2020, Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China: On January 20, 2020 Hong Kong activist Clayton Ng, received a notification from the Hong Kong Food and Enviromental Hygine Department demanding that he dismantle a stall that was set up at the Hong Kong Lunar New Year Festival in Victoria Park. The notice stated that the stall did not fit in with the theme of the festival and that it must be shut down immediately. Over the course of the next twenty hours Mr Ng pled with authorities protesting that they were within the theme of the festival. They were selling plants and flowers, plants for 100HKD and flowers for 50HKD. While their stall did have a theme from a pro democracy point of view, displaying imagery of previous protest, and police brutality, it seemed as if the local festival goers were enjoying stopping by the stall and showing their support. After a long fight, through meetings and phone, eventually the stall was shut down around midnight. When Claytons team arrived the following morning they found their stalls wrapped in tape and surrounded by barracdes. They were told that they were no long allowed inside the installations and anything inside would be confiscated by the government. To add to confiscation they were also told that their permit fees equal several thousand HKD for the festival would not be refunded. (Credit Image: © Tyler Tomasello/ZUMA Wire)

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