There are rallies consisting of protestors over the Hong Kong democracy movement that have spread globally in places such as the UK, France, Canada, Australia, and the United States, according to BBC News. Although hundreds of thousands of people participated in the pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong, there are becoming increasing push-back from those who are considered pro-Beijing.
During the rally in Hong Kong, pro-democracy protestors were confronted by pro-Beijing demonstrators that began to turn violent when one pro-democracy demonstrator was attacked for waving a Taiwanese flag. Throughout the globe, the two groups have continued to clash with one another as they face off with their flags supporting their own region.
Adding to the list of protestors, pro-Chinese governmental supporters were also in the fray as they held their flags and signs that displayed their support of their government. China has warned its residents of joining forces with the pro-democracy protestors, and as a result, many Chinese who support the demonstrators in Hong Kong wore masks to hide their identity.