A 21-year-old Hong Kong student, Chow, shot by police with a live round during what protesters called the Operation Dawn on November 11 called on voters to cast their ballots in the District Council Election to “earn more democracy”.
Walking with a cane, Chow said he would vote near his home on Sunday.
“One more vote means a lot and every vote matters,” he said.
Chow was arrested for unlawful assembly, and on Friday the commissioner of police said he might be charged with other offences following an in-depth investigation.
“A human can be killed by a bullet, but his beliefs can’t,” Chow said.