Compared with the previous movements, one of the major features of the "Anti-Extradition China Movement" is that there is no unified leader (or group) with a signed real identity. It organizes and gathers participants mainly through social media calls. The focus of the episode "Glory is Bright" focuses on the uplifting voices that have brought the movement: the people behind the creation of the song "Glory to Hong Kong" and the music tape, and the pop-up band that performs the song. "May Glory Return to Hong Kong" was born at a time when the "
Anti-Extradition Movement" experienced whatsapp database severe challenges (the Hong Kong police's indiscriminate violence, the Yuen Long attack, the paralysis of the airport, etc.). At the end of August last year, a musician under the pseudonym "thomas dgx yhl" posted a post on the "LIHKG Discussion Forum" ("LIHKG Discussion Forum") asking for "Glory to Hong Kong" chorus. On the one hand, he wrote the netizen's suggestion "Recover Hong Kong, the revolution of the times" into the lyrics. On the other hand, a number of netizens were invited to the studio to sing and record songs. On the last day of August, "May Glory Return to Hong Kong" appeared on
YouTube in the form of a music video, with over one million views in just two weeks. In mid-September, the song was uploaded to the same video sharing platform in the orchestra chorus version. From the Internet to the social movement scene, "May Glory Return to Hong Kong" has become a "battle anthem" sung by the public, and has even been referred to as the "national anthem". "Art Matters" is aimed at the loftiness and contradictions of the national anthem. At the beginning of the program, the lowering of the "United Flag" and the raising of the "Five-starred Red Flag" at the 1997 Handover Ceremony, accompanied by "God Save the Queen" and The switching of "March of the Volunteers" reveals the duality of identity in Hong Kong, which has been hailed as a "borrowed place, a borrowed time".