Hundreds of people gathered at a shopping mall in Sha Tin district in Hong Kong to sing the protest anthem "Glory to Hong Kong" on Wednesday (September 11).
The song was composed by a local musician who goes by the name Thomas dgx yhl and a group of Hong Kong netizens.
Hong Kong protesters also sang the song during a World Cup qualification match against Iran for the first time on September 10.
The song includes the lines: "For all of our tears on our land.
Do you feel the rage in our cries?
Rise up and speak up.
Our voice echoes.
Freedom shall shine upon us."