Hundreds show up at Aberdeen Centre in Richmond to sing "Glory to Hong Kong"

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      The creativity of the pro-democracy activists in Hong Kong continues to amaze the world.

      First they were in the streets, then the Legislative Council, and then the airport.

      More recently, they've been taking their protests to shopping malls where they've been singing the inspirational song "Glory to Hong Kong".

      Today, hundreds of their Lower Mainland supporters did the same thing, descending on Aberdeen Centre in Richmond.

      It's a Hong Kong–style mall owned by Fairchild Group.

      Below, you can see some images of the event being circulated by Kevin Huang, who's become the unofficial chronicler of Metro Vancouver's pro-Hong Kong movement.

      The Breaker's Bob Mackin captured the image below of a solitary pro-Beijing activist at the mall.

      Below, you can see a video montage of Hong Kong protests that was posted on YouTube to the music of "Glory to Hong Kong".

      "Glory to Hong Kong" has become an anthem of sorts for democracy protesters.