WATCH: ‘Do You Hear the People Sing’ Flash Mob in Hong Kong Democracy Protest

With over half a million people reportedly at this year’s July 1 march in Hong Kong, protesters’ creativity was on display in different parts of the city.

This group in Causeway Bay was singing the protestors’ anthem, ‘Do You Hear the People Sing?’ from Les Miserables.

Some of the lyrics include: “Do you hear the people sing? Singing a song of angry men. It is the music of the people, who will not be slaves again!”

The date of the rally coincides with the 1997 handover, when British rule ended in Hong Kong, and the colony became annexed to communist China.

Protesters singing at the democracy March in Hong Kong on July 1. (Screenshot/YouTube)

Protesters singing at the democracy March in Hong Kong on July 1. (Screenshot/YouTube)

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