Were some Hong Kong marchers paid?

Juliana Liu | 19 August 2014 | BBC

Boisterous demonstrations are a feature of life in Hong Kong, a semi-autonomous Chinese city that enjoys the freedom of speech and assembly.

Citizens tend to be extremely politically savvy, as well as practical.

That’s why rallies tend to take place on Sundays and public holidays, when most people have time off.

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