The protest in Hong Kong has no sign of dying down after months of violent fight. Began as an objection to the Extradition Bill to China, it has evolved to a comprehensive protest
over the future of this city. Police brutality does not only affect the protesters, but every ordinary Hong Kong citizen. Some of them were beaten by police baton, resulted in bone fracture. Some were shot by bullets. Some suffered from sexual harassment. Some have to face post-traumatic stress disorder. Although the abuse of power by the police is recorded by live video, till now no police officer was investigated, suspended nor punished. "The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting." Scar and bruise may fade, but we have to remember how they get through. Here are the wounds of the casualties.