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Hong Kong protesters mock leader Carrie Lam on her birthday

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Hong Kong protesters mock leader Carrie Lam on her birthday

Hong Kong protesters mock leader Carrie Lam on her birthday

Ignoring social distancing, Hong Kong protesters gathered in malls to sing and chant slogans to "celebrate" the birthday of the Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Wednesday (May 13).

Two men can be seen doing the sign "five demands, not one less", while slogans are chanted.

Protesters also had stuck the Chinese title of a Mao Tse Tung book on a railing of the mall: "From a single spark, a prairie fire can be born."

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