Trey Parker and Matt Stone have become celebrated among Hong Kong protesters in response to last week's "Band in China" episode that accused American companies of kowtowing to the Chinese government. The episode has been posted online for free. Pictures shared on Twitter showed an apparent impromptu screening of the South Park episode on a projector screen in Hong Kong's Sham Shui Po district. "Tonight in Sham Shui Po, @SouthPark episode ‘Band in China’ shown on street to large & appreciative audience. Street cinema’s been yet another important facet of #HK protests, w ‘Winter on Fire’ on Ukraine’s revolution & ‘1987: When the Day Comes’ on Korea’s esp popular," tweeted journalist and author Kong Tsung-gan. The Chinese government responded to the episode by banning all South Park content. It's unclear who organized the screening since the Hong Kong protests have been deliberately leaderless to protect participants from the Chinese government. ALSO: DJ Zedd says he's been permanently banned in China for liking a South Park tweet.