Hong Kongers protest extradition bill through art

Art as a form of protest has been important to this campaign as it was to the so-called Occupy movement five years ago.

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    Protesters in Hong Kong have threatened to take to the streets again if the government does not fully meet their demands.

    And while memories of the massive crowds that took to the city's streets last week are still fresh, there was also a quieter side to the demonstrations.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports.


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