Dear all, As you may heard the flight for freedom campaign happened in Hong Kong. Since June this year we fight and stand up for our freedom over 120 days. Our Government changed from a people government to a puppet of the Mainland China.
ON the 4th October our government has invoked the Emergency Regulations Ordinance (ERO) to implement an anti-mask law to curb protests. The law will ban protesters from covering their faces in full or partially during protests. Anyone who wears mask at lawful rallies and marches, unlawful or unauthorized assemblies, or at riots could be sentenced to a year in jail and a fine of HK$25,000. Exemptions include those wearing masks at protests for professional or paid work, or for religious or medical reasons.
Additionally, the law states that anyone who disobeys a police order to remove a mask could be sentenced to six months in jail and a HK$10,000 fine. The definition of “facial covering” not only includes masks, but also items such as paint.
Hong Kong has seen over 17 weeks of protests sparked by the government’s soon-to-be-withdrawn extradition law. The sometimes violent demonstrations have evolved into wider calls for democracy, police accountability, amnesty for those arrested since June, as well as other community grievances.
The latest development came after the most violent day of protest Hong Kong has seen since the beginning of the movement, as police fired six live rounds on October 1. An 18-year-old student was shot in the left lung by one officer.. Since then, district-level protests have occurred nightly.
All the protester are young student, high school student. They stay out on the street and fight for their future. We are an group of middle age adult we can't fight with them side by side at the very front line. However we can use what we know to help them to raise fund to support them. Different with other fund raising, We apologized that we can't and we won't give the details on how the fund use for to avoid any legal lliabilities.