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Mei the force be with Hong Kong

By yuumei
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Blizzard banned pro Hearthstone winner for supporting free Hong Kong and took away his prize money. It would be SUCH A SHAME if Mei became a symbol of Hong Kong democracy and got Overwatch banned in China like Pooh did.

Join us! Draw this in your style or any Blizzard game characters as a Hong Kong protester. Don't let the Chinese government control our free speech!
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Xenophobe0's avatar
:孩子,妈妈劝你做个人吧

:不嘛妈妈,我要做隔壁洋叔叔家的狗
Xenophobe0's avatar
Look at the 革命机ヴァルヴレイヴ?
Xenophobe0's avatar
When someone makes a bomb in UK, he is a terrorist. When someone makes a bomb in Hong Kong, he is a pro- democracy freedom fighter. Simple?
Ayfish0417's avatar

Your painting is amazing, She did become one of the symbols of we Hongkongners fighting for freedom and thank you for standing with Hong Kong. LIBERATE HONG KONG, REVOLUTION OF OUR TIMES! ( from a honkonger who loves hk really much)

JeliPaoder's avatar

Screw you, because I enjoy my freedom of speech and enjoy saying whatever I damn please. (even if it adds nothing to the argument or conversation.)

circularpie's avatar
Pooh was banned?And why wasn't told?
ShibaLoaf's avatar

It wasn't. The Christopher Robin movie was denied a theater release.

sau1412's avatar
I know this game but didn't play it, but thank you or the support, when we see this pictures that day, you light everyone the day!
hker021's avatar
Fight for freedom, Stand with Hong Kong!!
LordEguk's avatar
Lol Blizz would disagree with this xD


(I don't btw)
Kenurl's avatar

一直很欣賞你的作品風格,從中能看到華人的影子,但你這個附帶政治色彩的描述我不太認同;我老家湖南,99年開始在香港工作及居住;看了下面的評論,很多對香港現狀不了解,被假新聞及西方洗腦的人;看看英國前幾天示威者的下場,再看看香港那些打砸燒的蒙面示威者,香港還不夠自由嗎?自由過頭了吧!如果在美國,他們早被槍斃無數次!

言論自由?這個被西方妖魔化的名詞還是算了吧,你試試在西方說說希特勒,在美國說說黑人,看你有言論自由沒?西方人的雙標真是可笑!

沒有錢掙,晚上出門都怕被搶的西方人還談自由?還沾沾自喜的對中國品頭論足?

不要被假新聞蒙蔽了,自己去看看中國人的日子吧,自己去看看香港的現狀吧!

不要再當井底之蛙了!

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国人get,it’s like there is a parade in Texas, so there is a fight for “freedom”.
西方媒体真是厉害,不断扭曲事实,只为达到他们恶心的目的
令人作呕
Ricmaster007's avatar

Fighting for our peace with the violence

People trading blood with the diamonds

I feel like we might never learn Shots to the sky,

shots to the sky Shadows we use to fight darkness

But this the light we need to harness

Make lovers glow with reflection

And now it's time to lay down the weaponry

Fight fire with water, we can't let this be So let it be

No more jeopardy when it comes to the future


GriZ - New Day

Xenophobe0's avatar
Although I'd enjoyed your paintings before, I have had to say NO to your point.
I’m not sure if people, who followed your view here, know objectively Hongkong’s history and current situation.
Hongkong was ruled by U.K. government. However, on 1st July 1997, China resumed its rule over Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region was established. Since then, Hongkong has entered a new period of development. Especially with the high-speed establishement and development of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, Hongkong is creating a better –and-better future. More and more international guests visit, invest and stay here. Local citizens live a better-and-better life in Hongkong. Nobody can destroy this harmonious picture. This is the objective embodiment of “one country, two systems”.
In your view, it’s like there is a parade in Texas, so there is a fight for “freedom”. NO! Hongkong is part of China. What you’ve got is not what it should be. History will prove some politician stretch out their hands too long, but it's useless. Let “color revolution” go fucking.
Your paintings is good and I liked. But no this issue, I must refute you totally.
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It's so funny they always said HK is part of China, but HK has hundred years history which longer than China, she just 70 years old this year, you want to talk about history so be it, HK was given to British because HK is part of Qing Dynasty that she lost it together with loads of debt, but what China said recently? China said the debt is belong to Qing Dynasty and Republic of China (Taiwan) , so which part of HK is belong to CHINA now???? We are belong to Taiwan rather than China And why you son is older than you PaPa LOL 
Xenophobe0's avatar
Look at the革命机ヴァルヴレイヴ?LOL
sau1412's avatar
It's so funny they always said HK is part of China, but HK has hundred years history which longer than China, she just 70 years old this year, you want to talk about history so be it, HK was given to British because HK is part of Qing Dynasty that she lost it together with loads of debt, but what China said recently? China said the debt is belong to Qing Dynasty and Republic of China (Taiwan) , so which part of HK is belong to CHINA now???? We are belong to Taiwan rather than China And why you son is older than you PaPa LOL 
Pbuckley's avatar
All of this is irrelevant, a great number of Hong Kong's citizens do not wish to be ruled by China or it's draconian laws...

Dude your profile was just made has no uploads. This is incredibly shady...

Also, Texas reserves the right to secede, so bad example to use. Unless you believe that Hong Kong has the right to secede?
Xenophobe0's avatar
When someone makes a bomb in USA, he is a terrorist. When someone makes a bomb in Hong Kong, he is a pro- democracy freedom fighter. Simple?Free USA,shooting everyday
Pbuckley's avatar
I won't pretend I know too many of the specifics of these attack I am doing some research on it.

Their is already a major difference most terrorist attacks in the U.S. are made by people looking for attention or trying to impose tyrannical laws on the public. They aren't freedom fighters because they aren't fighting for freedom, they are terrorists because they want to impose their agenda on others thru fear. That being said someone can be both a Freedom Fighter and a Terrorist.


In Hong Kong people are fighting for independence as an American I cannot condemn them, even if I don't condone their actions. I cannot know the full extent of things but from what I understand their are some protesters who have escalated things, though it would appear that the police are not entirely blameless either (Of course inevitably their will always be bad apples on both sides of any conflict). I will say that no I do not condone the use of explosives in civilian centers, or the assault/murder of a police officer. Violence and Armed Rebellion should only be used as a last resort, as a response to excessive demonstrations of force. However, If I hear that their are any atrocities or excessive demonstrations of force coming out of the Hong Kong or Chines Government I will quickly shift gears.

That being said while I do not currently think violence is called for, the existence of bad actors does not invalidate the validity of their point. You cannot condemn an entire group based on the fact that some of them are acting in an immoral or violent fashion, you must engage with their argument, and from where I am standing the protesters would appear to be in the right. Though I suppose as a native of Hong Kong that is for you and your peers to decide not some Yanky from Don't Trust the Government U.S.A., I will remain appraised of the situation and allow what fact i can glean to color my opinions as necessary. For now all i can do is pray things work out for the best, my country has it's own problems to worry about.
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