Being offered free of charge at Occupy Causeway Bay
Yep, screen printings on T-shirts!
And yes, there's more than one design to choose from! ;b
Perhaps because it was the very first "Occupied" area of Hong Kong that I visited and did my first protesting at, I have a soft spot for the protest site at Causeway Bay. Yes, it may seem like a pale version of what it once was, especially after it shrank so much so much that one side of Hennessy Road has been open to road traffic, but I do think that its existence still does serve a purpose -- and mean something to some people. And yes, I still do make a point to occasionally check out what's going on there.
This evening, in addition to the posters and other items out on open view, and the speakers and their assembled audiences, there was something which I hadn't previously seen at the site before: volunteers print screening t-shirts with Umbrella Movement-themed slogans and imagery. All people have to do is to buy and then bring their own (preferably plain) T-shirts. Then they'll be able to have ones emblazoned with words such as "Everything will be okay in the end. If it's not okay, it's not the end - John Lennon".
And yes, seeing them got me ruing my not having a T-shirt on me -- and I do hope that this print screening offer will still be on this weekend, as I sure would like to avail myself of it! :)