I take coverages on protesters in Egypt as my daily routine, and I am surprised to see that people are interested in what I have captured. However, besides conflicts, I hope more and more people could see the daily life and recovering of Egyptian and the society. I was on an assignment for covering the retrial of Egypt's ousted Islamist President Mohamed Morsi at the Police Academy in Cairo, capital of Egypt. This was the place I knew very well, where supporters of military regime and supporters of the ousted president normally protested, and furthermore clashes broke out. Since I did not have the permission for shooting on the court on that day, I tired to catch emotions and actions of people outside. I stood among protesters and observed, capturing their anger, aggressiveness, loyalty and others.