Hong Kong — Hong Kong's more venerable and veteran residents took to the streets on Wednesday in a show of solidarity for youth-led anti-government protesters.

Thousands of people took part in what was dubbed a "grey hair march" — billed as a way to show the city's pro-Beijing leadership that plenty of its older and more reliably conservative citizens still support younger demonstrators.

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