A protest sign hangs in juxtaposition with a Hong Kong government poster touting a public works project at Admiralty, Hong Kong, Oct. 7, 2014. While the number of protestors have declined, elaborate displays of slogans and post-it notes continue to deliver their message, and messages. (Stuart Leavenworth/McClatchy)
A protest sign hangs in juxtaposition with a Hong Kong government poster touting a public works project at Admiralty, Hong Kong, Oct. 7, 2014. While the number of protestors have declined, elaborate displays of slogans and post-it notes continue to deliver their message, and messages. (Stuart Leavenworth/McClatchy) McClatchy
A protest sign hangs in juxtaposition with a Hong Kong government poster touting a public works project at Admiralty, Hong Kong, Oct. 7, 2014. While the number of protestors have declined, elaborate displays of slogans and post-it notes continue to deliver their message, and messages. (Stuart Leavenworth/McClatchy) McClatchy

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