Lennon Wall on a busy bridge

By now everyone in Hong Kong and beyond has heard about the Lennon Walls, set up in various parts of the city for the expression of most recent dissatisfaction with the government.

The original one is in Admiralty along the concrete staircase by Legco building and on the overhead bridge but since then, these walls of post it notes have sprung up in underground passes and pedestrian walkways, designed to attract maximum attention from the passers by.

In Wan Chai, there’s a Lennon Wall on the pedestrian bridge linking the mtr station to Immigration building. Not everyone stops to take a look because the crowd is presently focused on getting to the book fair at the convention centers.

It’s literally moving waves of people. They might be trying to get in these few days before the weekend when the wave of protestors plan to visit.

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