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Pro-democracy actor Gregory Wong appeals for work on social media, citing hefty legal fees after protest arrest

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Actor Gregory Wong appealed on social media on Tuesday for work opportunities, saying he was struggling to pay a “huge sum” in legal fees in connection with charges relating to last year’s anti-extradition protests.

“Today I received some not-so-good news, because I did not receive a lot of help. In the future I have to face a huge sum of legal fees,” Wong wrote in a Facebook post.

Gregory Wong. File photo: Citizen News.

“I need a lot of commercial work opportunities. Please everyone help ‘punish’ me,” he petitioned, employing terminology frequently used by protesters to support “yellow” businesses which side with the pro-democracy movement.

Rhoda Kwan is HKFP’s Assistant Editor. She has previously written for TimeOut Hong Kong and worked at Meanjin, a literary journal. She holds a double bachelor’s degree in Law and Literature from the University of Hong Kong.

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