Do you agree with the popular sentiments of the Hong Kongers?

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A collection of illustrations created by a Hong Kong designer has gone viral since being published to the Facebook page of Local Studio HK (本土工作室).

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The collection features 24 illustrations depicting the difference between mainland China and Hong Kong, covering topics including cultural habits, discipline, language and socio-political issues such as judicial structures, food safety and censorship.


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The unidentified designer of the illustrations revealed that the purpose of the collection was to “Mourn the fact that Hong Kong has been ‘colonized’ by mainland China” and to “tell the world about the differences between Hong Kongers and Chinese people”.

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One of the images takes a direct jab at the Hong Kong police force, which last year came under scrutiny for itshandling of the pro-democracy protests in the territory.

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[Images via Facebook and funbombclub.com]

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