Several pro-Beijing groups gathered in Tsim Sha Tsui on Saturday to mark China’s National Day. Many, including children, were dressed in traditional Chinese clothing and wore masks that said “Celebrate National Day merrily.”

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Members of China Heritage, one of the many groups marking the 73th anniversary of the founding of China, were spotted in Tsim Sha Tsui, with children and adults wearing Hanfu, the traditional dress of the Han Dynasty.

People from pro-Beijing group China Heritage wearing Hanfu, traditional outfits of the Han Dynasty on the National Day on October 1, 2022. Photo: HKFP.

Some had on red and yellow face masks that read: “I love you China.” The groups also carried national flags of various sizes, taking pictures and singing songs until a heavy downpour interrupted festivities.

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Groups of people wearing Hanfu, traditional outfits of the Han Dynastic, in Tsim Sha Tsui on the National Day on October 1, 2022. Photo: HKFP.
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People wearing Hanfu and a man holding a Chinese national flag on the National Day on October 1, 2022. Photo: HKFP.
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