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  • 00:00:01,255 --> 00:00:02,420 My name is Angeline.

  • I'm a solicitor here in Hong Kong.

  • And in our free time, myself and a lot of colleagues,

  • we go and assist people who are arrested

  • because of the protests.

  • 00:00:15,160 --> 00:00:16,090 My name is Alfred.

  • I'm a cardiologist in a public hospital.

  • Many of these injured protesters are actually

  • afraid of getting medical help from the established system,

  • so they have nowhere to go.

  • So they came to us.

  • My name is Rebecca.

  • I'm a social worker.

  • I sometimes go to the front line and talk

  • to people that are preparing themselves to get arrested

  • or be beaten by the police.

  • 00:00:54,465 --> 00:00:56,400 It's about 8:00 in the evening.

  • There was a protest this...

  • earlier today on Hong Kong Island.

  • So a bunch of people were arrested.

  • There were some clashes around Causeway Bay, Admiralty

  • and Central.

  • And now, I'm outside North Port Police Station

  • because we know that a few people were arrested.

  • And we're here to check who is in here and who's not.

  • Myself, I think I am in a privileged position,

  • not in the sense of being from a very

  • well off family or whatever but in the sense

  • that I have fewer concerns than some other people.

  • I don't have family in the mainland China

  • that I can get threatened with.

  • I feel like it's a duty on my part.

  • I've mostly sacrificed sleep.

  • But you know, that's really nothing

  • compared to what people on the street are giving up.

  • 00:01:55,350 --> 00:01:57,419 As doctors in the public sector in Hong Kong,

  • we have already quite a heavy workload from our daily work.

  • Many a time, you have to stay up until 3:00 to 4:00

  • in the morning to pick up these hotlines

  • and arrange accordingly for these patients.

  • 00:02:18,035 --> 00:02:21,109 There was this girl that we engaged online.

  • We actually engaged her on Telegram.

  • And she was telling us that she was very distressed

  • and she had conflict with her family.

  • And she told us how sad she was.

  • And her biggest issue is that her father in the police.

  • She's out there every night protesting

  • and got beaten by police and got tear gassed by police.

  • And then back home, his dad won't understand anything.

  • And his dad will just say, all the protesters are rioters.

  • So at the end, she had to move out.

  • And she lived in a hotel and she actually

  • lived in a hotel for two weeks before we can reach her.

  • And she was just broke by then.

  • 00:03:14,345 --> 00:03:19,810 We've done marches for ages and ages.

  • We've done marches with a turnout of 1m people.

  • And that evening, Carrie Lam just went ahead and said,

  • oh, the second reading of the bill

  • will continue on Wednesday.

  • If it weren't for people surrounding

  • the legislative council on the 11th of June

  • and on the 12th of June, the bill would have been passed.

  • I mean, that's something that we have to admit.

  • The Hong Kong government just didn't listen at all.

  • It is a bit radical for me to say this,

  • Even though we may disagree with their means,

  • we have to admit that we are now enjoying the results.

  • 00:03:59,780 --> 00:04:03,830 Many of these professions have found their own role

  • in supporting the movement.

  • I think this is very important because this is not

  • a single battle.

  • This is a very long war that we are going to fight.

  • It takes probably more than one generation,

  • and it takes more than just a few thousand

  • or a few hundreds of protesters fighting at the front line.

  • It takes the wisdom of the elders

  • and the energy of the young people to win this war.

00:00:01,255 --> 00:00:02,420 My name is Angeline.


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