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[Year of the Rat 2020] Chinese New Year's Eve sells "Flowers of Democracy"

2020-01-19T06:09:59.962Z

The Lunar New Year is approaching. From today (19th), the branch will set up a "free flower garden" to sell flowers at the Lunar New Year's Eve stalls, bringing out the information of 12 mainland activists. Li Zhuoren, the chairman of the branch federation, criticized that the government does not allow the sale of dried goods at the Lunar New Year stalls as a suppression, fearing that the flow of people and income will be reduced.



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Written by: Pan Xiqiao

2020-01-19 14:01

Last updated: 2020-01-19 14:01

The Lunar New Year is approaching. From today (19th), the branch will set up a "free flower garden" to sell flowers at the Lunar New Year's Eve stalls, bringing out the information of 12 mainland activists.

Li Zhuoren, the chairman of the branch federation, criticized that the government does not allow the sale of dried goods at the Lunar New Year stalls as a suppression, fearing that the flow of people and income will be reduced.

Li Zhuoren (right) criticized the authorities for not allowing the sale of dry goods as a suppression, fearing that the flow of people and income would be reduced. (Photo by Yu Junliang)

Li Zhuoren said that the Federation has set up stalls in Victoria Park since 1990, but the authorities are not allowed to sell dry goods this year, which is clearly "political suppression." He pointed out that the Confederation would insist on setting up its stalls, but instead sold "wet goods" and sold 12 themed flowers to convey political messages.

This year's theme flower products of the Chinese People's Confederation are 12 flower-speaking flowers, including "Flowers of Freedom", "Flowers of Democracy" and "Flowers of Democracy". Among them, "Flowers of Democracy" are created into small vases with statues of democracy on the table.

Li Zhuoren pointed out that the choice of selling flowers echoed the democratic song "Free Flowers". The 12 kinds of flowers selected this time represent a kind of temperament and a corresponding defender in the Mainland. The members of the branch later wrote their wishes and blessings on Xiaochunchun and hung them on the "Lennon Tree".

Regarding the situation of this year's New Year's Eve, he said that he had a profit of 400,000 yuan last year, but he is not optimistic about the flow of people and income this year. Li Zhuoren pointed out that the government banned dry goods this year, blocking the idea of ​​dry goods, and worried that some citizens would feel that "they would not enter Victoria Park without buying flowers", which would reduce the flow.

Regarding the recent social situation, Li Zhuoren criticized the government for liquidation of civil servants and teachers, saying that the public was angry at the "Lead Chief Executive". "The whole of Hong Kong has hoped for justice over the past six months. The investigation of police violence has been dragging on. The government will not quell the protest. . "

The Hong Kong Federation of Friendship Associations has set up a "free flower garden" to sell flowers at the Lunar New Year's Eve stalls today, bringing out information from 12 mainland activists. (Photo by Yu Junliang)

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Source: hk1

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