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he's doing millions in taking to the streets since June in Hong Kong's largest and most violent protests in decades , what started out as an angry response to announce suspended extradition bill has mutated into a much more complex series of demands for everything from gray to democracy to keeping mainland tourists out of Hong Kong it's not the end game yet and is the infinity war or if infinity battle until twenty forty seven so how can we , up hold with the spirit and continue %HESITATION I'm still optimistic , some activists say it's a very different approach to the democracy demonstrations in twenty fourteen when protesters occupied major roads in the city the seventy nine days , the one thing it allows people to spread their message across districts rather than confine rallies to a specific zone the movements fluidity also makes it difficult to police if we care on straight and set up the pans and occupied full one month two months of freedom is that what we experience five years ago when you slip on ha call real how could you have enough energy to have any stomach action no matter you agree or disagree , activists immobilizing supporters to a host of internet forums and messaging apps and even taking out ads in international newspapers and petitioning diplomats to raise awareness among world leaders it's all meant to complicate Beijing's diplomatic agenda it showed a collective decision making process of activists and how they use telegram social media ear on our forum %HESITATION , you have certain days you're making , the next big players as the judge was the Sunday with plenty more demonstrations planned in the weeks to come