'Glory to Hong Kong': Music galvanising protest movement

Extradition bill may now be withdrawn but protesters want more, including greater autonomy from mainland.

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    Hong Kong is entering its 16th week of protests.

    People are still demonstrating in large numbers, and the divide between supporters and critics of the government is still very much there.

    Now some are using song to boost morale and drown out their rivals.

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke reports from Hong Kong.


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