Sending my support to the Hong Kong protesters


I know I tend to post bits of fluff these days, but it’s a coping mechanism. There is so much going on in the world that has me beyond worried. (The climate crisis. Human rights abuses. Threats to democracy near and far. To name a few.)

As a case in point, it’s heartbreaking to see how repressive the Hong Kong police and government have become. From what I have read, life there has become completely transformed for the residents of this vibrant city in the past few (or many) months.

If you’re interested in a firsthand perspective on what’s been happening in Hong Kong, please visit YTSL at Webs of Significance. See, for example, her musings on the recent events and protests or this post from earlier this week. I appreciate her detailed and heartfelt updates.

In other news, I was happy to see that the US Senate voiced support for Hong Kong protesters, and the House before this. (At least the US Senate is making a show of supporting freedom and democracy, even though I am concerned about how these are being undermined here in the US.)

I expect that I’ll be back to posting light content tomorrow.

One thought on “Sending my support to the Hong Kong protesters

  1. Thank you for your support for Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests and its participants. Re those outside who wonder why it should matter to you: think of Hong Kong as the canary in the coalmine and look upon it as an example of what the Communist Chinese government wants to do the world.

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