The Lunar New Year flower market is open from noon till midnight every day from February 2-7.
Identity politics, banned books and – of course – multiple variations on the Year of the Monkey theme were on display at this year’s fair.
Political parties such as the Democratic Party, the League of Social Democrats, the New People’s Party, Civic Passion and the Civic Party had stalls.
The Civic Party’s Audrey Eu showed off her calligraphy skills on Saturday, painting Chinese New Year scrolls for supporters.
Democratic Party chief executive Lam Cheuk-ting rallied crowds on Saturday.
The Hong Kong Alliance in Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements in China were selling books banned in the mainland.
Staff at the stall said the books have been popular with locals as well as shoppers from the mainland.

Highlights from last year’s flower market.

Tom is the editor-in-chief and founder of Hong Kong Free Press. He has a BA in Communications and New Media from Leeds University and an MA in Journalism from the University of Hong Kong. He has contributed to the BBC, Euronews, Al-Jazeera and others.