|Hong Kong lawyers marched on Friday to protest against the white paper|
|Polls for the referendum closed at 10pm today (Sunday)|
It's interesting to see people's motivations to vote -- and if they don't they won't come out. Which perhaps is understandable because there is no culture of voting as a civil duty.
Organizers say a record number -- around 1,800 -- participated, wearing black. They were protesting Beijing's white paper because they believe it jeopardizes rule of law in Hong Kong.