Download the article from The Chinese University Press:

“‘Happy Birthday to You’: Music as Nonviolent Weapon in the Umbrella Movement.” Hong Kong Studies 1, no. 1 (March, 2018): 66-82.

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“Resist Leftards: Do Not Slack [對抗左膠 不容鬆懈].” Fog. Sorrow. Blog [霧。悲。誌]. (Content in Traditional Chinese)

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Additional example of the collective singing of the Cantopop song “Boundless Oceans Vast Skies” 海闊天空 in the Umbrella Movement in Causeway Bay on 28 September, 2014 (The First Day of the Movement). (Uploaded by YouTube User "RRRound Midnight")

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Additional example of “Hold Up the Umbrellas” 撐起雨傘. (Uploaded by YouTube User "Umbrella Revolution")

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Music4xx. “[BACKUP] Origin of Singing Birthday Song in Mong Kok [旺角唱生日歌起 源].” Online video clip. YouTube. YouTube, 6 Oct. 2014. Web. 7 Oct. 2014.

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Comments that referred to the singing of the "Happy Birthday to You" as 錯有錯著 cojaucozoek “making a correct mistake,” as well as “laugh out loud” icons. (Content in Traditional Chinese)

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Music4xx. “[BACKUP] Namo Amituofo (Buddha Song), Umbrella Revolution Hong Kong [旺角播南無阿彌陀佛].” Online video clip. YouTube. YouTube, 19 Oct. 2014. Web. 20 Oct. 2014.

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