Close-up of cartoon-style artwork on Hong Kong street showing protesters with yellow umbrellas
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Hong Kong protests spark wave of 'umbrella' art

Over the past three weeks, the umbrella has become an unofficial symbol of the pro-democracy protest movement in Hong Kong.

The everyday object has spawned an art movement all of its own, with artists creating open-air galleries in the barricaded streets.

John Sudworth reports.

  • 17 Oct 2014
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