It is a sight to see as tens of thousand of protesters rushed into the streets to make a huge protest against the 15th year of Retrocession of China.
Sunday will be remembered in the history of Hong Kong as up till now the most voluminous protest ever held against Chinese retrocession. Since its independence from British Columbia it has been a major protest in the regions against the policy of "one country, two systems".
All the participants were dressed in black and white depicting a sign of mourning were massing the streets in Hong Kong.
Eric Lai of the Civil Rights Front was there and was shouting that plate of Hong Kong is worse than before.
"Today there is nothing to celebrate. Hong Kong is gradually destroyed by the Communist Party," said one participant, Jacky Lim, 37, waving the flag of the former colonizer, Britain.
Every year this day of first July is celebrated as it is today in Hong Kong but this year the discontent of the crowd is more than ever.
Some reasons were depicted by economical analysts were the increased prices of houses as compared to a person's income. Which is many times higher than compared to the United States and Britian. So accommodation for a poor one has gone way out of reach.
Similarly the difference poor and rich is farther than expected. This causes the outcry of uneasiness rampant amid locals.
Even the elected Leung Chun-ying failed to convince Bejing to quit "one country, two systems" policy.
The former British colony is next to Macao, a former Portuguese colony returned to China in 1999, the only Chinese territory enjoying the status of "Special Administrative Region".