It was an incredibly windy morning at Belgrave Square.
That, however, did not discourage any hard-core Malaysian overseas.
They came with their banners and posters.
There was not a peep out of the Malaysian High Commission while the protesters chanted and waved their banners.
A couple of policemen kept watch at a respectful distance, but did nothing to disperse the crowd. Street protests were seen as a fundamental right.
Making one's dissent heard is far easier in the UK than in Malaysia.