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it doesn't take much to hide Calvin size skulls but there's no hiding away from the brutal impact of recent violence in Hong Kong , twenty three year old says he was picked on at random and beaten to the ground as he tried to make his way home from work on Sunday , the attackers were a mob of suspected gangsters who appeared to target anti government protest as to why couldn't care taking it was really scary about time I just didn't realize what was happening I just know it was attacked by canes by roads and once again the ropes it wasn't clear what was really hitting me pixels trying to protect myself and I was unable to see anything but I did see them holding those things before it's hard to say what hit me but I'm not covered in bruises everyone can see clearly I was scared but I felt most was fish , it came up to protest is surrounded Beijing's main office in the territory scoring graffiti into facing the national emblem , while recovering in hospital Calvin has been able to identify himself and footage of the attack by suspected tried gangstas , now he wants the government to listen more to public opinion he says the violence has left him feeling unsafe in Hong Kong he won't be alone