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This week protesters in Hong Kong stormed the legislative council building and vandalised its main chamber on the anniversary of the 1997 return to Chinese rule. The demonstrations appeared meticulously organised, with protesters forming human chains leading to supply depots with tools such as pliers, scissors, zip ties, hard hats and the like. Watch the video to see the supply chains in action Video courtesy of Antony Dapiran, author of City of Protest: A Recent History of Dissent in Hong Kong, via Twitter @antd Hong Kong protests: police make first arrests after storming of parliament Jeremy Hunt refuses to rule out sanctions against China
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How Hong Kong protesters used hand signs and human chains to storm government