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Austin Ramzy
New York Times reporter in Hong Kong 紐約時報記者王霜舟 previously
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Isabella Kwai 6h
Thoughtful thread. Leaving the conversation at racist = bad and not racist = good means we don't talk the bigger issues of how it manifests in societal/power structures.
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Amnesty International 15h
Our new field investigation has documented an alarming pattern of the Hong Kong Police Force deploying reckless & indiscriminate tactics, including while arresting people at protests, evidence of torture & other ill-treatment in detention.
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isabella steger 19h
“several of the same figures have turned up in capitals from Caracas to Managua...they have dismissed Uighur concentration camps in Xinjiang, slandered protesters in Hong Kong; and they all somehow find Vladimir Putin unimpeachable”
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Emily Giambalvo Sep 18
Twelve years ago, 47 dogs were saved from Michael Vick’s dogfighting operation. Since then, they've aged and faded from the spotlight. Only 11 are still alive. But they altered the course of animal rescue and gave hundreds of others a chance to live.
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Laignee Barron Sep 18
We're hiring an Associate Audience Engagement Editor. Come work with in Hong Kong!
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isabella steger Sep 18
former Sky boss hired as a consultant to Chinese state media CGTN quits partly over concerns of its coverage of HK protests.
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Vivienne Chow Sep 17
has done the impossible, uniting Hong Kong in an unprecedented way. I explained this in tracing back the songs I grew up. Wondering if we had instead of 為自由 in 1989, how things cld’ve been different today
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CLB Sep 18
There have been at least six collective protests so far this year by professional footballers in China who are owed millions of yuan in back pay. Many clubs in League 2 are struggling financially. See our report here.
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Austin Ramzy Sep 18
Hong Kong cancels National Day fireworks
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Austin Ramzy Sep 18
Replying to @austinramzy
Protesters understandably don't want to declare victory now, because their movement has become about much more. But it's worth remembering that what they've already achieved was once considered impossible.
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Austin Ramzy Sep 18
When I hear warnings that the Hong Kong protests might end up a failure, I think back to March, April and May, when the conventional wisdom, even among pandems, was that the extradition bill couldn't be stopped, given the way the system is gamed.
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Nathan VanderKlippe Sep 17
Global Times’ Hu Xijin has posted to Weibo complaining that “accessing the outside internet is extremely difficult” - and hampering the work of his newspaper. “Personally, I feel that this is a bit over the top.”
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Elsie Chen Sep 17
Looking into this part of the Hong Kong history, I was struck by the parallels between today and the past. The first time that Hong Kong established an independent investigation committee was to investigate the 1966 Star Ferry riot, the prelude of the social unrest in 1967
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Austin Ramzy Sep 17
Replying to @austinramzy
Wonder if he’s applied for a police letter of no objection
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Austin Ramzy Sep 17
This is likely to get ugly if it goes ahead. Pro-Beijing lawmaker Junius Ho is calling on Hong Kong and mainland government supporters to tear down Lennon Walls on Saturday 何君堯發起-9-21-清理連儂牆-稱目標號召-3-萬人-籲內地同胞也參與/
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lemonade was a popular drink and it still is Sep 12
i'd miss every train
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Austin Ramzy Sep 17
Black and White Walker
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A A L I A H 🌸 Sep 14
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Katherine Li Sep 16
As police officers begin to act quicker on arrests, a student reporter was arrested while covering the protest on Sunday night for having a metal butter knife in his bag, which he said was for cutting mooncakes. Story with and
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Sebastian Veg Sep 15
Here is the latest poll by CUHK for Mingpao, confirms common view: - 75.7% believe withdrawal of bill is not enough - 70.8% believe establishing a Commission of Inquiry is indispensable (far ahead of 3 other demands) Full report available here:
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