Volunteers in Mong Kok stop an angry crowd from attacking the police on 5 October 2014. Things threatened to spiral out of control as the police were surrounded on all sides and had already drawn their batons. The situation in Mong Kok is complex as the protest site is frequented by a diverse crowd. Trust in the police is low, with protestors accusing them of standing by and doing little to control sometimes-violent intruders.

5 in stock


Product Description

  • Limited to 5 signed prints
  • 8″×10″ Ilford B&W silver gelatin prints
  • Printed and mounted with acid-free mount by Shashin Kosha, a Japan Photographers Society-awarded photo lab in Tokyo