Conflict is a process that unfolds over time, whether it is peaceful or contentious. During the conflict, the more powerful side often seizes the opportunity to establish and solidify systems that gradually silence dissenting voices in what was once an organic society.
In this series of photographs, I reopened the archival material that I documented as a photojournalist during the protest in Hong Kong in 2019, delved into the dynamics of prolonged conflict at that moment, and how the power drew the rule to change the protest scene during the period of citizen-resistance.