Belting out karaoke new protest method in Hong Kong

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Belting out karaoke new protest method in Hong Kong

Local residents sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam reassured foreign investors Wednesday that the Asian financial hub can rebound from months of protests, despite no sign that the unrest will subside. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Local residents sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam reassured foreign investors Wednesday that the Asian financial hub can rebound from months of protests, despite no sign that the unrest will subside. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Protesters gesture as they sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hundreds of Hong Kong citizens gathered at several malls late Wednesday, chanting slogans and belting out a new protest song. The song, "glory to Hong Kong", was penned online and has been embraced by protesters as their anthem song. The peaceful mall gatherings marked a respite after violent clashes over the weekend. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Local residents sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hundreds of Hong Kong citizens gathered at several malls late Wednesday, chanting slogans and belting out a new protest song. The song, "glory to Hong Kong", was penned online and has been embraced by protesters as their anthem song. The peaceful mall gatherings marked a respite after violent clashes over the weekend. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
A protester raises a painting of protesters after they sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hundreds of Hong Kong citizens gathered at several malls late Wednesday, chanting slogans and belting out a new protest song. The song, "glory to Hong Kong", was penned online and has been embraced by protesters as their anthem song. The peaceful mall gatherings marked a respite after violent clashes over the weekend. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Local residents sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam reassured foreign investors Wednesday that the Asian financial hub can rebound from months of protests, despite no sign that the unrest will subside. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Local residents sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam reassured foreign investors Wednesday that the Asian financial hub can rebound from months of protests, despite no sign that the unrest will subside. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)

Belting out karaoke new protest method in Hong Kong

Local residents sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam reassured foreign investors Wednesday that the Asian financial hub can rebound from months of protests, despite no sign that the unrest will subside. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Local residents sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam reassured foreign investors Wednesday that the Asian financial hub can rebound from months of protests, despite no sign that the unrest will subside. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Protesters gesture as they sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hundreds of Hong Kong citizens gathered at several malls late Wednesday, chanting slogans and belting out a new protest song. The song, "glory to Hong Kong", was penned online and has been embraced by protesters as their anthem song. The peaceful mall gatherings marked a respite after violent clashes over the weekend. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Local residents sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hundreds of Hong Kong citizens gathered at several malls late Wednesday, chanting slogans and belting out a new protest song. The song, "glory to Hong Kong", was penned online and has been embraced by protesters as their anthem song. The peaceful mall gatherings marked a respite after violent clashes over the weekend. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
A protester raises a painting of protesters after they sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hundreds of Hong Kong citizens gathered at several malls late Wednesday, chanting slogans and belting out a new protest song. The song, "glory to Hong Kong", was penned online and has been embraced by protesters as their anthem song. The peaceful mall gatherings marked a respite after violent clashes over the weekend. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Local residents sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam reassured foreign investors Wednesday that the Asian financial hub can rebound from months of protests, despite no sign that the unrest will subside. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
Local residents sing a theme song written by protesters "Glory be to thee" at a shopping mall in Hong Kong Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2019. Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam reassured foreign investors Wednesday that the Asian financial hub can rebound from months of protests, despite no sign that the unrest will subside. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu)
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