MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:
We're going to stay in Hong Kong a little longer to hear from one of the protesters who was out in the streets all day. Galileo Cheng is a social affairs executive for the Hong Kong Catholic Institution Staff Association, and he is with us now.
Welcome. Thanks for talking to us.
GALILEO CHENG: Yes. Thank you.
MARTIN: The government says that they've shelved this bill for now. Why is it that so many people still felt they needed to come out to protest?