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Hong Kong protesters create their own light show after student was arrested for buying laser pens

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Hong Kong protesters create their own light show after student was arrested for buying laser pens

Hong Kong protesters create their own light show after student was arrested for buying laser pens

Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters create their own light show at the Space Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui after a student was arrested for buying a laser pen.

Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters create their own light show at the Space Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui after a student was arrested for buying a laser pen.

Anti-extradition protesters on Wednesday (August 7) decided to point their lasers at the museum to protest the police's decision to arrest a student that was buying a laser pen.

Local reports said Keith Fong, the president of Baptist University’s student union, was arrested for possession of offensive weapons after he bought ten laser pointers in the district on Tuesday (August 6).




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