水の魔女 Christina Walter 於元旦倒狼大遊行接受外國傳媒訪問
Christina, 30, who asked her second name not be used for fear of retaliation, sat on a road divider holding a 1-meter-by-2-meter, or about 3-foot-by-6-foot, “autonomy movement" flag. It was significant that the movement had removed the Union Jack and added, in Chinese, the words “香港,"or Hong Kong — it showed their allegiance to their local identity, she said.
“We took off the British symbol because we are not ruled by Britain. We want Hong Kong to be ruled by Hong Kong people, by ourselves," she said. But on balance, before was better, she said.
“Before we were ruled by a modern, British state. Now we are ruled by a politically underdeveloped government," she said.