Not Quite a Revolution

Leung Kwok-hung hasn't had a steady job in 11 years. He lives in a public-housing estate—rent is $115 a month—but he spends a lot of his time on the Hong Kong street, where he is known as a full-time antigovernment protester. His nickname, Long Hair, is both description and statement: the only time Leung allows his hair to be cut is when he's jailed, which has happened four times in the past five years, for offenses such as shouting from the Legislative Council's public viewing gallery. "I am like the Little Rascal," he says grinning. "I like kicking in...

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