Made in Hong Kong

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TRACKBACK: Worldwide, 1 Feb 2006

Summer Rayne revisits the WTO Ministerial in Hong Kong with personal reflections on issues of international and fair trade. Photos compliments of student photographer, Sam Graham, who risked getting pepper sprayed in the protests for the shot above.

Eleven thousand people, 162 nations, streets riddled with protest, and quiet riots happening behind closed doors. What’s this all about? On the surface, it’s about trade. But underneath, it’s about poverty, politics, and the pursuit of happiness...READ THE ARTICLE HERE.

Don’t get me wrong, I care. I care a whole deal, which is why I was there. But for my generation, we realize that there is a glut of ‘F*** you’ finger-pointing that is clogging the political pipelines, and we are in desperate need of an enema. - Summer Rayne Oakes in article Made in Hong Kong

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