COBOURG, Ont. (18/02/13) — Fire fighters observe as a transport truck is being cleared away on Monday, Feb. 18, 2013 following a motor vehicle collision on Highway 401 east of Cobourg at about 11 a.m. A transport truck hauling plastic pellets hit the median barrier as it traveled from Kingston to Vaughan. Photos by Justin Chin

HONG KONG (1/1/13) — A resident of a hotel looks out from the window after fireworks exploded over Victoria harbour to celebrate the new year, in Hong Kong on January 1, 2013. Photo by Justin Chin

HONG KONG (1/1/13) — A resident of a hotel looks out from the window after fireworks exploded over Victoria harbour to celebrate the new year, in Hong Kong on January 1, 2013. Photo by Justin Chin

HONG KONG: July 18, 2012 — A man goes through the sales section of the Page One Booth at Hong Kong Book Fair 2012 on July 18, 2012. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: July 18, 2012 — A man goes through the sales section of the Page One Booth at Hong Kong Book Fair 2012 on July 18, 2012. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: July 18, 2012 — Sales signs can be seen everywhere at Hong Kong Book Fair 2012 on July 18, 2012. The sign reads “30% off selected mainland chinese books”. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: July 18, 2012 — Sales signs can be seen everywhere at Hong Kong Book Fair 2012 on July 18, 2012. The sign reads “30% off selected mainland chinese books”. (Photo by Justin Chin)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — An elderly woman protests against the filibuster by radical lawmakers on government’s controversial by-election bill outside of Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex. Legislators slog through the early stages of an all-night debate inside the chamber.
The People Power submitted 1306 amendments attempting to forbid resigning lawmakers from participating in by-elections. 
Two consecutive meetings were adjourned in accordance with the rules of procedures, which require a quorum of 30 members (one half of all members), when most pan-democrats boycotted the meeting. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — An elderly woman protests against the filibuster by radical lawmakers on government’s controversial by-election bill outside of Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex. Legislators slog through the early stages of an all-night debate inside the chamber.

The People Power submitted 1306 amendments attempting to forbid resigning lawmakers from participating in by-elections. 

Two consecutive meetings were adjourned in accordance with the rules of procedures, which require a quorum of 30 members (one half of all members), when most pan-democrats boycotted the meeting. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — An opponent of the filibuster raises his loudspeaker and tries to hit a supporter of the filibuster by radical lawmakers against the government’s controversial by-election bill. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — An opponent of the filibuster raises his loudspeaker and tries to hit a supporter of the filibuster by radical lawmakers against the government’s controversial by-election bill. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — A supporter of the filibuster sits opposite of the protestors who are against LegCo members filibustering the government’s controversial by-election bill. He is playing a pre-recorded manifesto and trying to provoke the crowd as legislators slogging through the early stages of an all-night debate inside the chamber.
The People Power submitted 1306 amendments attempting to forbid resigning lawmakers from participating in by-elections. 
Two consecutive meetings were adjourned in accordance with the rules of procedures, which require a quorum of 30 members (one half of all members), when most pan-democrats boycotted the meeting. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — A supporter of the filibuster sits opposite of the protestors who are against LegCo members filibustering the government’s controversial by-election bill. He is playing a pre-recorded manifesto and trying to provoke the crowd as legislators slogging through the early stages of an all-night debate inside the chamber.

The People Power submitted 1306 amendments attempting to forbid resigning lawmakers from participating in by-elections. 

Two consecutive meetings were adjourned in accordance with the rules of procedures, which require a quorum of 30 members (one half of all members), when most pan-democrats boycotted the meeting. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — A security officer tries to calm a supporter of the filibuster by radical lawmakers against the government’s controversial by-election bill as she provokes the opponents of the filibuster outside of Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex. Legislators are inside the complex as they slog through the early stages of an all-night debate inside the chamber.
The People Power submitted 1306 amendments attempting to forbid resigning lawmakers from participating in by-elections. 
Two consecutive meetings were adjourned in accordance with the rules of procedures, which require a quorum of 30 members (one half of all members), when most pan-democrats boycotted the meeting. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — A security officer tries to calm a supporter of the filibuster by radical lawmakers against the government’s controversial by-election bill as she provokes the opponents of the filibuster outside of Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex. Legislators are inside the complex as they slog through the early stages of an all-night debate inside the chamber.

The People Power submitted 1306 amendments attempting to forbid resigning lawmakers from participating in by-elections. 

Two consecutive meetings were adjourned in accordance with the rules of procedures, which require a quorum of 30 members (one half of all members), when most pan-democrats boycotted the meeting. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) —  Supporters of the filibuster by radical lawmakers against the government’s controversial by-election bill provokes opponents of the bill outside of Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — A group of local Hong Kong TV news anchors pose for a photo as they cover the protest against the filibuster outside the Legislative Council. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — A group of local Hong Kong TV news anchors pose for a photo as they cover the protest against the filibuster outside the Legislative Council. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — A protestor is sewing cloths together to symbolize everlasting filibuster outside of Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex to support LegCo members filibustering the Legislative Council (Amendment) Bill as legislators slog through the early stages of an all-night debate inside the chamber. The cloth was estimated to be 140 meters long. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — A protestor is sewing cloths together to symbolize everlasting filibuster outside of Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex to support LegCo members filibustering the Legislative Council (Amendment) Bill as legislators slog through the early stages of an all-night debate inside the chamber. The cloth was estimated to be 140 meters long. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — A protestor is being detained by police officers outside the Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex after a photojournalist from Apple Daily claimed to be attacked by him. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex security officers try to divide up supporters and opponents of the filibuster by radical lawmakers against the government’s controversial by-election bill. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex security officers try to divide up supporters and opponents of the filibuster by radical lawmakers against the government’s controversial by-election bill. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — Protestors wave a cloth to inflate a wolf outside of Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex to symbolize “The boy who cried Wolf”. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — Protestors wave a cloth to inflate a wolf outside of Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex to symbolize “The boy who cried Wolf”. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)

HONG KONG: (May 16, 2012) — Protestors gathered outside of Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex to protest against the filibuster by radical lawmakers against the government’s controversial by-election bill.

The People Power submitted 1306 amendments attempting to forbid resigning lawmakers from participating in by-elections. 

Two consecutive meetings were adjourned in accordance with the rules of procedures, which require a quorum of 30 members (one half of all members), when most pan-democrats boycotted the meeting. (Justin Chin/www.justinchin.ca)