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TENS of thousands of people took to the sweltering streets of Hong Kong for an annual pro-democracy march, as the city marked the 12th anniversary of its return to China.
The huge crowd snaked through the city to demand the early introduction of universal suffrage and also to express frustration at the government on a whole gamut of issues, including its response to the economic slowdown.
Dennis Chan, a 28-year-old salesman, who joined the march for the third time, said: "We want to let the government know that this is not our government".