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May James
Freelance photojournalist | byline find at | member of FCC | artist of bambooscenes
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Cherie Chan 陳卓妍 9h
In Yuen Long: police pepper sprayed Uncle Chan directly in his face. He is 73. They were trying to squeeze in a crowd and pushed away journalists after they arrested a man and took him to a small alley.
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Tom Grundy Sep 20
Today's stunning Via: Norie Norie FB/Reddit. .
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J P Sep 20
Traditional Chinese medicine doctors are giving out remedies to people who are having difficulty breathing due to exposure to tear gas, including leung cha 涼茶 today outside Lai Chi Kok Station exit C, from 7pm to midnight.
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May James Sep 16
Replying to @DuterteWatchdog
Thanks for the shoutout!!
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Tom Grundy Sep 15
HKFP Lens: 15 weeks in, violent clashes at Hong Kong gov’t HQ mar peaceful mass demo Photos from HKFP's unstoppable photographer .
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Hong Kong Free Press Sep 15
Replying to @SiuSinGallery
US flags waved at Sunday's banned protest. The front of the march reached the originally-intended destination - Central's Chater Garden - at 3:15pm. In full: . Photo: / HKFP.
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Hong Kong Free Press Sep 15
🔴HKFP_Live: More tear gas is fired on Harcourt Road at 5:30pm as riot police clash with protesters: Photo: / HKFP.
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Hong Kong Free Press Sep 15
Replying to @SiuSinGallery
Protesters prepare for clashes by digging bricks and setting up barricades at 5pm at the closed Admiralty MTR Station. In full: . Photo: / HKFP.
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Tom Grundy Sep 15
Police have fired tear gas, rubber bullets and water cannon containing dye and tear spray at pro-democracy protesters, as entered its fifteenth week of demonstrations. Photos: , HKFP.
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Hong Kong Free Press Sep 15
Replying to @SiuSinGallery
Police and their armoured vehicles are back out on the streets of Causeway Bay at 8pm. Full story: Photo: / HKFP.
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Hong Kong Free Press Sep 15
HKFP Lens: 15 weeks in, violent clashes at Hong Kong gov't HQ mar peaceful mass demo
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May James Sep 13
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May James Sep 13
They worked hard to collectively rebuild Hong Kong after World War II. Lion Rock Spirit, is said to be the core values that is inherited by Hong Kong people from generation to generation
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May James Sep 13
Why hike to Lion Rock? There was a TV series in 1970s was called “Below the Lion Rock”, which addressed the living conditions of the poorest sector as well as the working class who lived in the public housing estates and squatter huts below the Lion Rock....
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May James Sep 10
Listen to the Song That Hong Kong's Youthful Protesters Are Calling Their 'National Anthem'
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May James Sep 10
People of all ages came singing the new Hong Kong National Anthem.
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May James Sep 10
They airdrop the lyrics to share across. Some family bring their kids to sing along too .
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May James Sep 10
Hundreds pro-democracy demonstrators gathering at Wong Tai Sin Square singing their new Hong Kong’s National Anthem and to reinforce the 5 demands. September 10, 2019
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May James Sep 10
So..now.. we can’t use the toilet at the MTR
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May James Sep 9
Just to clarify that I am not a protester
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