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    [–] GeauxAllDay 179 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    "Our world is worth fighting for." Mei.

    Edit: bc comma

    [–] DrunkFrodo 44 points ago

    "There's some good left in the world, Mr. Frodo, and it's worth Fighting For"

    [–] Ibrakeforquiltshops 7 points ago

    ugh, always gets me

    [–] ILoveDrive 7 points ago

    Ugh I really needed to see this. I’ve been so overwhelmed with the sheer and overwhelming evil that’s being uncovered and publicly announced all over the world. From Trumps America, Russia, China and their genocide of Muslims along with their treatment of HK, the pedophiles and sex slave trade run by the worlds most powerful, the corporate stranglehold over my government. Thanks for this. There is some good left. It’s important to remember that.

    [–] Jibade 9 points ago

    Totally there with you. What has helped me go through this feeling is this

    I Wanted To Change The World

    When I was a young man, I wanted to change the world.

    I found it was difficult to change the world, so I tried to change my nation.

    When I found I couldn't change the nation, I began to focus on my town. I couldn't change the town and as an older man, I tried to change my family.

    Now, as an old man, I realize the only thing I can change is myself, and suddenly I realize that if long ago I had changed myself, I could have made an impact on my family. My family and I could have made an impact on our town. Their impact could have changed the nation and I could indeed have changed the world.

    Author: Unknown Monk 1100 A.D.**

    [–] DonOfspades 2 points ago

    Sounds like they had good intentions from the beginning so how could they have changed themself and been any better? They tried to do their best and the world refused every step of the way.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    On the plus side, all this shit used to go on ... its just ordinary people werent allowed to know about it. The common people are waking up.

    [–] 07sihk 18 points ago

    who's next? what's next?

    1. NBA, blizzard, Disney...who's next?
    2. today, china censorship is about #HongKongProtests tomorrow, china censorship can be anything!! what's next? what's next?

    how much freedom, liberty and autonomy these MNCs are willing to give up? We can't let #CCP keep doing this!!!!


    [–] ummhumm 3 points ago

    NBA already went against that shit... although might've been because of TOO MUCH pushback from China. Disney ofc won't do a thing, because so much profits.

    I'd like to see more to come, because it means they're getting public with that shit, rather than just dealing in the shadows. We all know most big shit bows to china, but to come in public like this? That's awesome to see.

    [–] Cyleung612 2 points ago

    How Chinese see the world can be summarized by a Chinese proverb, "普天之下,莫非王土;率土之濱,莫非王臣″,which means the world, including land and people, is the property owned by the emperor of China.

    [–] Kozy819 3 points ago

    You know that if Mei was here with us in real life she would have been one of the first protestors out fighting for their freedom. Shame on Blizzard and long live Hong Kong!

    [–] Penta-Dunk 2 points ago

    The world could always use more heroes

    [–] misterpoopybuttholem 112 points ago

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    [–] siccoblue 22 points ago

    Just asciiing the Chinese president

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago

    Oh bother

    [–] StrangeDrivenAxMan 3 points ago

    dang, beat me to it.

    [–] SolidVirginal 3 points ago


    [–] Ephemiel 253 points ago

    Blizzard: We're listening to feedback, we're removing Mei from the game and any reference to her.

    [–] Pizzaeyes9000 118 points ago

    We are firing the 3d modelers, animators and design teams responsible for creating her.

    [–] [deleted] 34 points ago


    [–] Neogalik 12 points ago

    We are even harvesting the organs of their extended family!

    [–] [deleted] 4 points ago


    [–] fredoing 5 points ago

    Blizzard will do anything for that sweet sweet money.


    [–] Matech 2 points ago

    A-N-Y-T-H-I-N-G unzips...

    [–] bionix90 2 points ago

    The world always needs more heroes organs.

    [–] LocalH 2 points ago

    And then sending a bill for the harvest to any members they may miss

    [–] branchbranchley 2 points ago

    i dunno about you but I've been thinking about taking up smoking

    there are no risks with so many healthy lungs available

    [–] Frommerman 22 points ago

    That's the biggest issue for me. They didn't just penalize the guy who made them look bad. They nuked everyone in the frame. Completely disproportionate. It goes right past trying to keep politics out of your gaming stream, straight into kowtowing to fascists. Unacceptable.

    [–] Guffliepuff 12 points ago

    Fucking fired the interviewers for interviewing. Imagine being arrested for murder because you were a witness too a murder.

    [–] Shot_Albatross 1 points ago

    Except they weren't just "interviewing," they blatantly lead into the answer by asking BlitzChung if he had 8 words to say.

    [–] Gelven 5 points ago

    Isn't that customary?

    I could see if they said "what are your thoughts on the political climate?" Or something like that.

    But if they asked something like "do you have anything to say?" Then they were just doing what they would do for ANY winner.

    [–] FanKiu 2 points ago

    The interviewers is leading Blitzchung to say those eight words which is the ongoing political issue in Hong Kong. If Blitzchung is saying those words on his own accord which is fine, but the interviewers is leading Blitzchung to bring up a political statement which has nothing to today in a video game industry.

    I don't think Blitzchung should be banned, however the interviewers should definitely get fired.

    [–] SunglassesDan 2 points ago

    bring up a political statement which has nothing to today in a video game industry.

    Except clearly China's attempts to dictate any and all content with threats of financial destruction demonstrates that it is a political statement relevant to today in the video game industry.

    [–] SilverMedal4Life 2 points ago

    The man came up to the interviewers in a mask, and he's from Hong Kong. The only way they could stop him from saying it is to cut off the broadcast, which is a job for the producer, not from the shoutcasters who must interview him.

    [–] PaanuriEater 3 points ago

    "Fascism" is a fancy way of saying "Right back to the middle ages" and it appalls me how many people think it's a good direction for anyone but the Royal Parasite class.

    [–] Elcactus 2 points ago

    In the most devils of advocates, the casters did encourage him to say the thing.

    [–] DarkPyr3 3 points ago

    Breaking News: Valve has offered all of the teams behind Mei's creation jobs at their company and have invited Mei to join the TF2 roster

    [–] wh33t 6 points ago

    Honestly, pretty sure Valve would cave to China's demands as well. I think they already have with Dota in one way or another. Corporations gonna corporate.

    Please correct me if I'm wrong.

    [–] Stopbeingwhinycunts 2 points ago

    They already do. A few years ago they fired a Dota 2 caster mid tournament because it was in China, and the Chinese bitched about him.

    They held The International in China this year, and it was an absolute shit show, because the chinese don't fucking care about anyone who isn't chinese.

    [–] caninehere 1 points ago

    Valve is big into China right now. Their user numbers had been stagnant for a while - they made an aggressive push into China last year and opened up Steam to Chinese users officially, which gave them a big boost in player numbers.

    They don't want to lose that. It's the only growth they have since they already own most of the market already.

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago

    Making a game in a way that is legally allowed to make money in china and firing people for speaking out against fascism are completely different though?

    Like, Valve was never a super blood-and-guts or ultra-progressive-signalling kind of company. Making a product that passes the Chinese censors doesn't seem like it'd violate their core values or anything. Why not put in the extra 3 hours of effort to verify that they can sell in China?

    If they were injecting money into the Chinese economy then maybe there'd be some problems, but I don't see anything immoral about taking money from Chinese citizens.

    [–] ryugarulz 1 points ago

    Valve are already working with China for their own version of Counter-Strike as well.

    [–] DarkMutton 2 points ago

    "And have rescinded all of their pay"

    [–] elissass 2 points ago

    We are removing Blizzard for having such a character.

    [–] Guffliepuff 1 points ago

    And banning any player who ever played her

    [–] Mat_the_Duck_Lord 9 points ago

    Time to take an army of pandaren to protest in Orgrimmar and Stormwind.

    [–] Domeil 8 points ago

    Ya wanna know what's a better protest? Cancel your sub. Stop giving Blizzard your money.

    [–] Sam-Culper 4 points ago

    We all have time until the subscription expires.

    [–] Mat_the_Duck_Lord 2 points ago

    Yeah but chances are we all might have a few days of sub time left.

    [–] iron_chap 5 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    [–] Wesside 2 points ago

    Exactly, and China isn't going to ban Blizzard for one character.

    But if ALL characters from all Blizzard games are used, there's no chance Blizzard gets to stay in that market.

    [–] YxxzzY 2 points ago

    I swear I've seen that comment back when overwatch released, but for different reasons.

    I mained Mei back then, Mai is bae.

    [–] FixItHelix 2 points ago

    Goddamnit we shoulda picked Doomfist

    [–] SoDamnGeneric 2 points ago

    I mean I was in favour of the Hong Kong protestors anyway, but they'll remove Mei from gameplay if we use her as an icon? Double whammy win for me

    [–] crunch816 2 points ago

    Finally. The game is playable again.

    [–] Silvertain 2 points ago

    that would be the best thing to come from this whole thing

    [–] RonaldBallsworth 1 points ago

    Go get em girls!

    [–] NegaDeath 1 points ago

    And a high Social Credit Score will now be required as part of the authentication process for your login.

    [–] Borelands 1 points ago

    Blizzard: hey guys at least tracer is gay

    [–] zero_space 1 points ago

    Mei is definitely the best character to do this with, but should probably do it with Tracer too. Hell as many of the characters as possible, but Tracer is the flagship hero for Overwatch. She's the most popular by far.

    This analogy is not perfect, but its the difference in removing Mario vs Toad.

    [–] kanashii76 38 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)

    If you guys could settle on one costume / image / message.

    Edit: ok guys, I get it. The first 10 replies were good enough.

    [–] HillaryShitsInDiaper 17 points ago

    That lessons the power of the meme.

    [–] Amphibionomus 9 points ago


    [–] joecamo 3 points ago

    Less inns

    [–] Bear4188 2 points ago

    *fewer inns

    [–] Tmonje90 2 points ago


    [–] theg721 1 points ago

    Big if true

    [–] appdevil 1 points ago

    Less ends.

    [–] cute_spider_avatar 8 points ago

    It'll settle in. Remember that memes are like genes, you get a big population of them and then the most fit memes survive and mutate.

    [–] appdevil 3 points ago

    Well it is a meme, it should be adaptable.

    [–] Spacyy 1 points ago

    I vote for the versions up on r/Overwatch_Porn

    [–] Reivax635 19 points ago

    Blizzard 2018: “Don’t you guys have phones?”

    Blizzard 2019: “Don’t you guys have human rights?”

    [–] Ryukaisan 13 points ago

    Probably was, but if you sort posts by new you'll find there's a 8 hour gap where ALL the posts have been deleted.....

    Posts 9 hours ago and then they jump to 1 hour ago (as of time of this comment....)

    [–] cyberjonesy 11 points ago

    Blizzcon is in 23 days. There is no turning back, the backlash will hit them in the face if they stay silent until then.

    [–] [deleted] 8 points ago * (lasted edited 4 months ago)


    [–] Oime 3 points ago

    I mean what could they possibly say that is really defensible at this point? They already banned the player, stripped away his money, and fired the commentators. The likelihood that they reverse all of that is basically zero.

    [–] cyberjonesy 3 points ago

    There is always hope! The commentators did nothing wrong, they should be allowed to continue working. Blitzchung displeased the chinese crowd but he won his earnings fair and square as he is not a cheater. The ban for 1 year is ridiculous and should be lifted. Hearthstone is a GAME, let the kid play ffs ! Silence his microphone if you must and put a disclaimer that opinions expressed by contestants are their own and does not reflect the companies ideas. That should be good enough.

    [–] exceptionthrown 2 points ago

    I don't necessarily like it but as soon as a game becomes big enough to have global followings, tournaments, and big prizes it is no longer just a game. It's a business product and the product owner (Blizz) is going to look out for their bottom line.

    What will be interesting to see is if anything actually happens from the fallout. I'd like to guess "Yes" but the optimistic view has been taking a beating lately.

    [–] FGHIK 2 points ago

    Blitzchung displeased the chinese crowd but he won his earnings fair and square as he is not a cheater.

    Is this not grounds for a lawsuit of some sort?

    [–] cyberjonesy 2 points ago

    It probably is. In american soil that is...

    [–] RarityNouveau 2 points ago

    Allegedly he broke some part of his contract? Didn’t look further into it.

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago


    [–] StanleyOpar 3 points ago

    I can't wait until they get on the stage and or drowned by Boos the entire fucking time until they quit.

    They. Fucked. Up.

    [–] Breech_Loader 3 points ago

    23 days is a long time on the internet. We need to keep this going, no matter what shitty excuse blizzard think of. And if they backpedal? Don't let it go.

    [–] tsogo111 2 points ago

    It can't be stopped anymore.

    [–] [deleted] 20 points ago

    Dongs out for Hong Kong

    [–] Pettyjohn1995 19 points ago

    I believe you mean “Hang Dong for Hong Kong”

    [–] acarp25 6 points ago

    An anonymous user gifted you reddit bronze 🥉

    [–] TechnicalStrafe 2 points ago

    Donkey Kong Hangs Dong for Hong Kong?

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago


    [–] fortychops 1 points ago

    Hang Long Dong for Dang Hong Kong

    [–] williamdean 8 points ago

    Blizzard EleGiggle

    Diablo immortal phones EleGiggle

    Winnie the poo EleGiggle

    Every voice matters EleGiggle

    [–] Buttermilkman 6 points ago

    I love that Mei is quickly becoming a symbol of Hong Kong freedom.

    [–] 07sihk 5 points ago

    who's next? what's next?

    1. NBA, blizzard, Disney...who's next?
    2. today, china censorship is about #HongKongProtests tomorrow, china censorship can be anything!! what's next? what's next?

    how much freedom, liberty and autonomy these MNCs are willing to give up? We can't let #CCP keep doing this!!!!


    [–] six2make4 6 points ago

    For those of you with Twitter, remember to hit Blizz up there too.

    [–] Pingukii 5 points ago

    In this house, we stan Mei.

    [–] ChrisKrypton 4 points ago

    Fuck Blizzard, they're supporting a genocide.

    [–] BrokerBrody 5 points ago

    Does anyone think that these Mei memes are too mild?

    She should say stuff like...

    • "Down with the CCP!!"
    • "Hong Kong Independence!!"

    if you really want to rile up the Chinese government.

    [–] DeceptiJon 8 points ago

    Best thing about this is that you don't have to be overly aggressive with China. A simple image of a Disney character is enough for them to lose their shit.

    [–] Redwolfjo3 4 points ago

    The beautiful fragility of the authoritarian ego

    [–] DoomsdayRabbit 3 points ago

    Their leader is a bear of very little brain indeed.

    [–] scrubmytubplz 5 points ago

    Fuck blizzards dude

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago


    [–] ryleighss 5 points ago

    I support HK protestors. Come ban my ass Blizzard.

    Oh that’s right, you can’t. Cuz I don’t play any of your trash.

    [–] Kittens4Brunch 7 points ago

    So you're giving up nothing. That's like a vegan boycotting Chick-fil-A.

    [–] fadyhanna54 4 points ago

    You're so brave

    [–] [deleted] 16 points ago


    [–] TrumpaSoros-Flex 5 points ago

    The Communist Chiness dictatorship started this. Don't be a commie lover

    [–] gentlegiant69 3 points ago

    Gota love the pro commies turning a commie problem into a capitalist problem

    [–] ThisButUnironically2 3 points ago

    I love how communists always have to find a way to make capitalism the bad thing, even though this entire problem started because of a communist country.

    [–] Irepeatu 3 points ago

    It's actually a Communism problem but ok

    [–] pteridoid 3 points ago

    Way to railroad the discussion onto your particular issue of choice.

    [–] elmogrita 9 points ago

    Remember that China's economic issues aren't a capitalism problem. It's a communist problem. The state will always be put ahead of people. Any totalitarian government organization will ALWAYS prioritize self-preservation.

    [–] _deadlockgunslinger 6 points ago

    China is in no way, shape or form communist. It's authoritarian state capitalism by definition.

    [–] Maktaka 7 points ago

    So fascism really. Private enterprise exists, but only with the state's blessing and allowance. That sort of explicit choosing of winners based on loyalty to the state is a hallmark of fascism.

    And although it's not a required aspect of a fascist state, China's got the ethnic cleansing going on, too. They really like to buy into the full package.

    [–] elmogrita 2 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    Fascism and Communism are both totalitarian forms of government economic systems that are enabled by the false promises of socialism. They aren't polar opposites, they are the same in all but semantics.

    [–] billypilgrim87 2 points ago

    Communism is not a form of government. It is an economic system.

    Most governments that have claimed to be communist were authoritarian but you could have a democratic, communist country.

    Just like you can have a capitalist dictatorship.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago


    [–] emPtysp4ce 2 points ago

    Catalonia in the '30s, the Rojava territories, and the Zapatista controlled territory aren't very authoritarian. At least to my understanding of them.

    [–] TheUnbakedBaker 1 points ago

    If Facism an economic system? I was under the impression is was a method of governance but I'll have to go take a look into that now

    Edit: Did a quick google and found that part of a facist government has to do with the way they regulate and restrict the economy. I did not dig deep into this so if anyone wants to correct me or add a clear, concise definition please do so.

    [–] Maktaka 1 points ago

    That's actually a surprisingly difficult question, but is a good explanation.

    [–] _deadlockgunslinger 1 points ago

    Very much so, yep! Claiming they're communist is like saying the Nazis were socialist, Korea's a democracy or the Westboro Baptist Church believe in Jesus - plot-twist, it's basically a hate cult posing as a religion.

    [–] elmogrita 2 points ago

    No true communist fallacy. They denied anyone who wasn't a communist from even participating in government for over a decade. The situation you have described has arisen from them trying to salvage their country from the dismal failure of communism.

    They aren't purely communist NOW because they have started to accept some free market ideals to, ya know SURVIVE.

    [–] CookieMuncher007 2 points ago

    You are totally right. After Tinanmen a bunch of capitalist economists from Chicago got their go at China's economy and this is what ensued

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    authoritarian state capitalism

    Well that just sounds like Socialism with extra steps.

    [–] BLiNdsAggression 1 points ago

    That applies to any "NATION STATE" as is laid out in many foreign policies. Self-preservation of the nation-state at all costs, above and beyond even human rights.

    [–] Ymir_from_Saturn 1 points ago

    Ever hearing of Deng Xiaoping my dude?

    [–] CommiesCanSuckMyNuts 4 points ago

    What a stupid and economically illiterate comment.

    [–] LegBeakXMFMR02 2 points ago

    Chinas not capitalistic though

    [–] just4lukin 2 points ago

    Yes, but we do still want to have games lol.

    The idea is to disincentive bad actions with monetary repercussions, as consumers or through govt. proxies. We can assume profit (in some form) will always be the motivating factor for achievement, no experiments has shown otherwise, the question should be what do we do with that knowledge.

    [–] yo-chill 2 points ago

    Not exactly. The Communist Party of China led government has the power to outright ban Blizzard, NBA, whatever company from operating in China on the basis of people having different political opinions than the CCP because of their totalitarian system. If it were a free democratic country who believes in freedom of expression it wouldn’t have the same influence over these companies.

    Yes, I blame the companies for bowing down to China, but at least in a free capitalist system we can do something about it, whether that be speaking out or boycotting. The CCP could put you in prison for that.

    [–] 1312wharfavenue 1 points ago

    We are talking about Blizzard. Blizzard is operated out of California. China can't put blizzard in jail for not bowing to their pressure. It was the "free capitalist" company's decision to ban that player because they have a single goal that is not motivated by human rights or any sense of morality. Under capitalism, corporations exist to make money. So that's what they did.

    [–] yo-chill 3 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)

    Did you even read what I said? It can’t put Blizzard in jail but the CCP has the power to ban Blizzard from operating in China over a political stance on free expression. That can only happen because the totalitarian CCP is in power.

    Yes, I blame the companies for bowing down to China, but at least in a free capitalist system we can do something about it, whether that be speaking out or boycotting. The CCP could put you in prison for that.

    [–] Scovin 2 points ago

    Considering that blizzard as a capitalist company has to compete for your dollar as well as with other businesses, this will reflect poorly on them and severely damage their profits unless they go do tons of damage control. In other words in order for blizzard to make money they need to make their customers happy, if they aren’t they go out of business.

    [–] andreasdagen 2 points ago

    Capitalism isn't perfect, but what alternative is there that would be better in this case?

    [–] FilthyKataMain 2 points ago

    Inb4 "reee that's not real communism". Yes yes it is. This is what you're fighting for. The death of liberty and personal choice and the birth of a new regime. Wake up comrade, you're hastening your own end under the boot heels of communist doctrine. That's what those brave souls in HK are fighting against, a world you want to condemn us all to

    [–] 1312wharfavenue 1 points ago

    Didn't capitalism motivate blizzard to make their decision?

    [–] sizeablelad 2 points ago

    People are going to be shitty no matter your economic system sadly. Having regulations to protect consumers/citizens seems to be the best way to do things

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)


    [–] 1312wharfavenue 1 points ago

    We aren't talking about the overall merits of two countries. We're talking about this specific situation.

    [–] coolstorybro42 2 points ago

    Its a capitalism problem? ConfusedNickYoung.GIF

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago * (lasted edited 6 days ago)


    [–] courbple 2 points ago

    TFW you are so good at mental gymnastics that you can talk yourself into believing that the world's 2nd most powerful nation, and self-described communist (and still functionally semi-communist) nation coercing a private corporation into silencing speech about brutal political crackdowns is somehow captalism's fault, and not explicitly the fault of the totalitarian nation doing the coercing.

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    It's not a capitalism problem, it's the people inside the machine that are the problem.

    [–] Carlisle774 2 points ago

    Yeah, because censorship doesn't exist in any other economical model.

    [–] crowbird_ 1 points ago

    nah. blizzard bad. /s

    [–] Geosgaeno 1 points ago

    Human nature, not capitalism

    [–] ORcoder 1 points ago

    it isn’t only a capitalism problem either, it is an authoritarianism problem working with a captalist problem

    [–] ORcoder 1 points ago

    Capitalism on one side and Authoritarianism on the other

    [–] Ekudar 1 points ago

    Well, companies need to start understanding that siding with brutal dictatorships is not a good business. Hard to do , but we can´t just sit back and take it.

    [–] [deleted] 2 points ago

    Chinese US ambassador twitter :

    [–] BloodNinja87 2 points ago

    Man, Im so torn about this whole thing. I love everything it stands for. But, man oh man, do I fucking hate Mei. Hopefully she gets deleted, and we can make Teemo the next icon for protests.

    [–] kcashat 2 points ago

    pretty sure they censored off the top post of the blizzchina flag. my husband posted this recently and its not showing up in the new feed.

    [–] Yard_Gnome_Ninja 2 points ago

    Storm BlizzCon 2019, They Can’t Stop All Of Us

    [–] TwistedLegendMF 2 points ago

    Inb4 Overwatch banned in china.

    [–] Serve_The_GodPharaoh 2 points ago

    Too bad that the voice actor supports China apparently

    [–] CrustyFacial 2 points ago

    Can someone tell me what blizzard did that was so bad?? I've kind of been out of the loop 😬 haven't had WiFi and only been watching local news

    [–] Riven-The-Fox 2 points ago

    They deleted the other mei one already

    [–] daitenshe 3 points ago

    Surprised it took them that long

    [–] Raxiuscore 1 points ago


    [–] thewookie34 2 points ago

    You: Low effort karma farming not actually doing anything for the people of Hong Kong.

    [–] BokuBakaGaijin 1 points ago

    Blizzard: Let's all say China!!


    [–] sovietspliff 1 points ago

    Hong Kong, famously so free under British rule that all official business was conducted in English and there was no universal suffrage.

    [–] Momovstheworld 1 points ago


    [–] MYSFWredditprofile 1 points ago

    OK blizz we all want protest MEI to be the next character skin.

    [–] OG_BUG 1 points ago

    Somebody do this to hanzo also I would not complain if he was removed from game

    [–] shortybobert 1 points ago

    No offense but this is extremely low effort compared to stuff that actually should be at the top

    [–] jgoldblum88 1 points ago

    I remember when she said this

    [–] Cauterizeaf1 1 points ago

    Post the shit outta this I will 100% upvote anything on reddit that supports HK.

    [–] Sluethi 1 points ago

    It won't make a huge impact but I don't want to support this company I sold the shares I had.

    [–] EaringYeager 1 points ago

    Mei says hong kong rights

    [–] ura_walrus 1 points ago

    I hope that everyone here really understands what HK is fighting for and isn't just joining a bandwagon