Miss Hong Kong 2013 urges democracy. Cut out of tv news.

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Miss Chan Hoi Lam, was crowned as Miss Hong Kong with 170,000 votes, supports universal suffrage in HK and urges the Cheif Excutive of Hong Kong to hear the people’s voice
陳凱琳握十七萬選票撐普選 促特首聽民意
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