Kelly and I spent this morning at Shatin Park, volunteering with a group called "Freedom Ball."
They stage interventions around the city's public spaces to protest the strict government control over activities permitted there. For example, please see the second rule here:
Today's activity involved inflating five hundred "freedom balls" and placing them around the park for people to play with. Unfortunately, Kelly and I could only stay for a few hours (but we managed to inflate several balls in that time!). It's amazing how many people, when confronted with a big inflated ball in their path (or even a bit out of their way) will proceed to kick it, pass it, roll it, and otherwise enjoy it - regardless of age. The balls ended up scattered all over the park:
Sorry we couldn't stay to see how it turned out, but when we left, a good time was being had by all.