Volunteer Nicko Cho (right), 20, offers Saran Wrap to pro-democracy protestors to wrap around their exposed arms as a shield against pepper spray that they think the Hong Kong police will use against them as the protest progresses in Hong Kong, Chinaon Oct. 2, 2014. (Chris Stowers/McClatchy)
Volunteer Nicko Cho (right), 20, offers Saran Wrap to pro-democracy protestors to wrap around their exposed arms as a shield against pepper spray that they think the Hong Kong police will use against them as the protest progresses in Hong Kong, Chinaon Oct. 2, 2014. (Chris Stowers/McClatchy) McClatchy
Volunteer Nicko Cho (right), 20, offers Saran Wrap to pro-democracy protestors to wrap around their exposed arms as a shield against pepper spray that they think the Hong Kong police will use against them as the protest progresses in Hong Kong, Chinaon Oct. 2, 2014. (Chris Stowers/McClatchy) McClatchy

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