On Saturday in protest against U.S. surveillance programs and in support of Edward
Snowden, several hundred people marched to the U.S. Consulate General and the offices of the Hong Kong
government reveals the Detroit Free Press.
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Prior to the protest, several representatives of a pro-China political party
marched to the consulate to call for an end to the alleged U.S. hacking of
computer systems in Hong Kong, an allegation Snowden gave to a local newspaper
earlier in the week.