"We just hope countries around the world could (inaudible) instead of issuing statements, they could have concrete action to support Hong Kong people. Passing Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act is really a good move. So what we hope is for world leaders and countries around the world – actions speak louder than words and is a must for them to stand with Hong Kong especially we are under the crackdown of human rights."
"Because there is a very serious copyright situation throughout the world that people download movies or music from online, that is illegal, right? So, people are now turning promotion materials and renaming the file as something like a movie that you can download from online. So, when the Chinese people click on the download link, they're actually not downloading the movie that they intended to download but they are now looking at the designs, graphics that we made to promote what is happening in Hong Kong."
"I'd like to add this, first it is Hong Kong and next is mainland China. Under the rule of Beijing hardline suppression, Hong Kong must and should be the first place finally can enjoy freedom and democracy. The most difficult challenge for us to seeking people's in mainland China support, is the information censorship and the great firewall. But with our propaganda and our promotion campaign with simplified Chinese and Mandarin we hope to seek for more and more people who live in mainland China could recognise the importance of universal value and freedom."
"So I hope one day not only Hong Kong but also mainland China people can enjoy human rights and freedom and no one need to emigrate to other country and worrying that one country two system in a worse scenario will return to one country one system."
Prominent Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong has called for countries around the world to support the protesters' push for democracy in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.
During a news conference in Berlin, where he is trying to drum up European support for the protests, Wong said "actions speak louder than words" and "it is a must" for world leaders to stand with Hong Kong.
Wong said that demonstrations on Sunday outside the US consulate were about more than liberating Hong Kong.
"It's urging (the) US to pass and execute the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Acts," he said.
Wong acknowledged how difficult it may be to achieve their goals, but noted that three decades ago no one predicted the Berlin Wall would fall.