HK protests get creative with mooncakes, stickers

Mooncakes from the Wah Yee Tang Cake Shop that read "Hong Kongers" (far left) and "no withdrawal, no dispersal". The mooncakes have sold out every day since the shop began offering them on Monday.
Mooncakes from the Wah Yee Tang Cake Shop that read "Hong Kongers" (left) and "no withdrawal, no dispersal". The mooncakes have sold out every day since the shop began offering them on Monday.PHOTO: WAH YEE TANG CAKE SHOP/ FACEBOOK

It looks like any other traditional mooncake, with its brown crust and Chinese words in the middle.

But closer inspection reveals the words "no withdrawal, no dispersal" and "press on together", slogans made popular by the ongoing protests against an extradition Bill.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on July 11, 2019, with the headline 'HK protests get creative with mooncakes, stickers'. Print Edition | Subscribe