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Hong Kong's protest art goes on display

Democracy activists in Hong Kong are preparing to mark the first anniversary of the ''umbrella movement''- when tens of thousands of people paralysed key parts of the city, calling for greater democracy.

Their demands were not met, but the protest inspired a creative outpouring on an industrial scale.

As the BBC's Juliana Liu reports, some of the protest art has been preserved.

  • 28 Sep 2015
  • From the section China
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