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Hongkongers resume demonstrations despite recent elections favouring pro-democracy candidates

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Hongkongers resume demonstrations despite recent elections favouring pro-democracy candidates

Hongkongers resume demonstrations despite recent elections favouring pro-democracy candidates

Hong Kong demonstrators continued to protest in the city despite recent elections heavily favouring pro-democracy candidates yesterday (December 1).

Footage shows roads blocked as protestors gather where Nathan Road meets Jordan Road in Yau Ma Tei.

One protestor is seen waving Hong Kong's former colonial flag as well as a USA flag.

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