These are highly charged political times here in Hong Kong.
Beijing announced on Sunday there would be no open elections in Hong Kong, paving the way for China to remain the political power over the territory.
During this time of intense political discord, a gripping image from 1967 is a reminder of the fraught relationship between Hong Kong and Beijing.
It's a Chinese propaganda poster issued during the Leftist riots to stir people in Hong Kong rise up against British rule.
Recently on display at Hong Kong's Picture This Gallery, the poster depicts an angry, muscular crowd wielding placards and other objects as weapons.
In the bottom left-hand corner, weak cartoonish figures depicting the colonial government are being beaten and kicked out by the crowds.
"This was produced in China, probably smuggled into Hong Kong and used to try to rally support among patriotic Chinese living in Hong Kong," Bailey tells me.
The poster was part of an exhibition of Chinese propaganda that include a Norman Rockwell-esque public service announcement and a red balloon-strewn commemorative poster of Deng Xiaoping and the Hong Kong handover.
Bailey says the 1967 Hong Kong posters generated the most interest in his gallery and will find a new home in a museum.
Take a tour of these Chinese propaganda posters with the video above.