How ‘Godfather of Canto-pop’ Roman Tam lives on in Hong Kong hearts and inspires today’s protesters

//How ‘Godfather of Canto-pop’ Roman Tam lives on in Hong Kong hearts and inspires today’s protesters

How ‘Godfather of Canto-pop’ Roman Tam lives on in Hong Kong hearts and inspires today’s protesters

Cheers and singing explode from the plaza outside Hong Kong Space Museum as hundreds of lasers converge like fireflies upon the building’s domed exterior. After weeks of tear gas and heartache, protesters are gathered to mock the police’s designation of laser pointers as “offensive weapons” by holding a laser party. Instead of the sombre hymns heard echoing around the streets after months of civil disobedience, this near-rave is soundtracked by In the Lasers, a thumping disco hit released in…

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