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a moving tribute to Hong Kong for protests that he fell to his death last month , divine coach marker loan was wearing the day he died has become a symbol in a city reeling from its worst outbreak of violence in decades save for the high all of us here want to say there's no way we will forgets the blood has been spilled so we really must do something to make this government's change are going to be feelings of anger and hopelessness over the extradition bill have pushed many to desperation the deaths of four young people have now been linked to frustration with the legislation and messages from at least three others have triggered emergency responses to red cross one hundred the Memorial offering help to those in need some medical professionals according this an unprecedented problem and say tools to support groups and hot lines have surged , and in an effort to help people struggling with what they've witnessed a team of psychologists have launched a free counseling service , it's down to as group sessions last month but since news of the deaths it's been extended to individual support we understand it is a hard situation and it is okay to feel sad to feel disappointed but at the same time %HESITATION please remember that there is always hope %HESITATION I always like to quote that %HESITATION we're not trying to stop the ring if it is raining outside but we are trying to learn how to dance in the rain , chief executive Carrie lam has said she felt pain over the recent deaths and is announced the bill instead but is a little peace of mind for the activists say they fear an aversion to the freedoms Hong Kong was promised when he was handed back to China