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Hong Kong Free Press
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For example, I may still have committed the offence under the Ban if I hold a sit-down protest of nine persons (or five under the former limit), spaced 30 metres apart in the Hong Kong Stadium, or a “Sing-along,” or if people stand in front of their own buildings to chant protest slogans all over Hong Kong.
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As the KLF, they brought every one of their tricks to bear on this titanic piece of rave: hip-house rapping, gospel choirs, chants about an ancient race of people and a huge synthetic guitar riff.
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But, tragically, it had not been contained, recently spreading to Melbourne where, a fortnight ago, we had no fewer than a hundred Australians with placards gathered on the steps of Victoria’s Parliament House protesting both the lockdown and the fact that 5-G phone towers spread the virus, even as they chanted: “Lock up Bill Gates .
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One track later, Kim Gordon’s The Sprawl, inspired by the writing of William Gibson, lulls you with chanted vocals before the guitars split into bedlam, scoring a dystopian daydream.
The New York Times
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Not a ruble, not a kopeck,” they chanted.
The Japan Times
· Hong Kong security chief warns of ‘terrorism’ as government backs new security laws →
In a return of the unrest that roiled Hong Kong last year, crowds thronged the streets of on Sunday in defiance of curbs imposed to contain the coronavirus, with chants of “Hong Kong independence, the only way out,” echoing through the streets.
· HK security chief warns of growing 'terrorism' as govt backs Beijing's planned security laws →
In a return of the unrest that roiled Hong Kong last year, crowds thronged the streets of the city yesterday in defiance of curbs imposed to contain the coronavirus, with chants of “Hong Kong independence, the only way out,” echoing through the streets.
· Thailand’s ‘Golden Son’ dolls bring believers luck and protection →
NAKHON PATHOM, May 25 — Smearing clay mixed with the dust of cremated bodies onto the base of a figurine, a Thai Buddhist monk chants incantations to invite lucky spirits into a relic dubbed the “Golden Son”.
· Hong Kong demonstrators defy lockdowns to protest a sweeping new national security law →
There, they reportedly chanted many slogans, including “Fight for freedom, Stand with Hong Kong,” “Revolution of our time.
The New York Times
· Push to Reopen Houses of Worship in Europe and Mideast Brings Perils and Tensions →
“The people want holiday prayers,” demonstrators chanted in front of the Palestinian Authority’s headquarters in the southern West Bank city of Hebron.