Hong Kong is a city with a population of 7.4 million people. 1,000,000 people took to the streets on 9 June, followed by a rally on 12 June. During the rally, peaceful protesters were attacked by the police with unnecessary and excessive force. The government ignored the general consensus of the citizens who they are supposed to serve. On 15 June, our movement suffered its first death. “The Man in The Yellow Raincoat,” Mr. Leung, tragically jumped to his death from a shopping mall near the Government Headquarters after unfurling a large protest banner against the Extradition Bill. On 16 June, a record-breaking 2,000,000 protesters took to the streets once more. They demanded that the government withdraw the Extradition Bill, release the arrested protesters unconditionally, and launch an independent investigation into the police’s excessive use of violence on 12 June.