Amid Hong Kong protests, citizens find a measure of calm, routine in day-to-day life [Photos]

Marks of demonstrations against the government continue to be spotted in Hong Kong as vociferous protests against the bill escalate in the city. Memos and posters hang at Tai Po on what have come to be known as 'Lennon Walls' in the city.

FP Staff August 23, 2019 15:49:26 IST
A vendor in a local market awaits his customers as normal life in Hong Kong continues to be coloured by the strains of protests against the extradition bill. Reuters/ Willy Kurniawan
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A vendor in a local market awaits his customers as normal life in Hong Kong continues to be coloured by the strains of protests against the extradition bill. Reuters/ Willy Kurniawan
Streets in the city continue to be swarmed with riot police as they chase down anti-government protesters. Demonstrations against the bill began in Hong Kong in March 2019. Reuters/ Thomas Peter
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Streets in the city continue to be swarmed with riot police as they chase down anti-government protesters. Demonstrations against the bill began in Hong Kong in March 2019. Reuters/ Thomas Peter
Protesters against the anti-extradition bill stand next to a graffiti that reads 'If you want peace, prepare for war,' during a march to demand democracy and political reforms in Hong Kong, China. Reuters/ Kim Hong-Ji
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Protesters against the anti-extradition bill stand next to a graffiti that reads 'If you want peace, prepare for war,' during a march to demand democracy and political reforms in Hong Kong, China. Reuters/ Kim Hong-Ji
Marks of demonstrations against the government continue to be spotted in Hong Kong as vociferous protests against the bill escalate in the city. Memos and posters hang at Tai Po on what have come to be known as 'Lennon Walls' in the city. Reuters/ Tyrone Siu
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Marks of demonstrations against the government continue to be spotted in Hong Kong as vociferous protests against the bill escalate in the city. Memos and posters hang at Tai Po on what have come to be known as 'Lennon Walls' in the city. Reuters/ Tyrone Siu
People play basketball on an inner-city playground in the Wan Chai neighbourhood in Hong Kong. Reuters/ Thomas Peter
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People play basketball on an inner-city playground in the Wan Chai neighbourhood in Hong Kong. Reuters/ Thomas Peter
Dissent against the bill continues to be spotted in the daily workings of the city. A fast food restaurant in the the Sheung Wan neighbourhood of the city is festooned with sticky notes in support of the anti-government protest movement. Reuters/ Thomas Peter
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Dissent against the bill continues to be spotted in the daily workings of the city. A fast food restaurant in the the Sheung Wan neighbourhood of the city is festooned with sticky notes in support of the anti-government protest movement. Reuters/ Thomas Peter