HONG KONG - Fear of losing their rights and a lack of trust in China's judiciary led to what was undoubtedly Hong Kong's biggest street protest since the handover with organisers saying more than a million people hit the streets on Sunday (June 9) in an unprecedented show of strength.
The protestors, in no uncertain terms, showed their disapproval of a proposed extradition law, although authorities have vowed to press ahead.
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