Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Mark Anthony Sharp 35m
Lennon Wall, City of York, on the wall of a HK restaurant
Reply Retweet Like
The Epoch Times - China Insider 14h
“They are young people and they are doing the right thing. Why are they being mistreated?” 1000s of senior citizens marched in a show of support for youths at the forefront of monthlong protests against a contentious .
Reply Retweet Like
SCMP News 9h
"The elderly have come to realise that in the past, our generation just let the government do whatever they wanted." - Hong Kong's elderly are also marching on the streets.
Reply Retweet Like
Katherine Li 9h
Thousands of elderlies took to the streets under sweltering heat, determined to support the young anti-extradition protestors. The government can no longer expect the older demographic to take their side.
Reply Retweet Like
SCMP News Jul 16
Hong Kong police anger at boiling point over backing for ‘zombie-like’ protesters
Reply Retweet Like
Ahongkonger 23h
To know what's happening: Did Hong Kong Police Abuse Protesters? (The New York Times) Hong Kong protester complains of police brutality - BBC News
Reply Retweet Like
Bloomberg TicToc Jul 14
Replying to @tictoc
RECAP: Here are 10 key events to know about the against the that sparked unrest across the city
Reply Retweet Like
SCMP News 10h
Hong Kong police top brass ‘ordered Sha Tin rescue mission’ for besieged officers
Reply Retweet Like
Rachel Yeo 9h
Full-page ad on calling for an end to violence over crisis
Reply Retweet Like
SCMP News 13h
Replying to @SCMPNews
2 of 5: Another massive march in Hong Kong secures approval despite police earlier asking organisers to postpone
Reply Retweet Like
Galileo Cheng 2h
Auxillary Bishop argues the church speaks up for for when the social-political actions & structure is against the gospel, church will need to criticise in name of justice
Reply Retweet Like
Fion Li Jul 14
Replying to @bpolitics
was flagged a police officer reportedly twisted a protester's wrist when arresting him. just realised i captured that moment on TV. Protesters Keep Heat on Lam as Pressure Escalates
Reply Retweet Like
Lok. 8h
Labour Party's Fernando Cheung proposed his own but limits the transfer of suspect to Taiwan and not mainland or Macau. Transfer will be case-by-case and approved by Legco, instead of the CE. Vetted by DOJ and awaits CE approval b4 it can be tabled.
Reply Retweet Like
Galileo Cheng 5h
Police are defending Govt Complex w/ 2M height water barriers. Let them build the wall.
Reply Retweet Like
Don Huh 19h
Reply Retweet Like
Galileo Cheng Jul 17
Reply Retweet Like
SCMP Young Post Jul 17
Mr Chiu, 93, attended the march - although he was wheeling, not walking. He carries a sign listing 4 demands: withdraw the , drop charges against protesters, set up an independent enquiry, and grant and political reform.
Reply Retweet Like
Hong Kong Add Oil Jul 17
Reply Retweet Like
Galileo Cheng Jul 17
Reply Retweet Like
Galileo Cheng Jul 15
A brand new shopping experience via Internet
Reply Retweet Like