Via Yahoo:

On Friday, several hundred pro-Hong Kong activists staged a protest during a preseason NBA game between the Brooklyn Nets and Toronto Raptors. They were joined by a smaller group of free-Tibet activists.

According to journalist Yashar Ali, activist and film producer Andrew Duncan bought 300 tickets for Hong Kong activists to attend the game at Barclay Arena in Brooklyn. Attempts to contact Duncan were unsuccessful, but the activists all wore black T-shirts that said “Stand With Hong Kong” in bold white letters. Some of them also wore Winnie-the-Pooh costumes; the character has been banned in China because it has been used to mock the country’s president, Xi Jinping.

Meanwhile, the Tibet activists shouted slogans, displayed Tibetan flags and carried signs that said, “Don’t let China buy our silence, people are dying to be free” and “Human rights matter, here and there.”

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