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Kobato🎗 Sep 16
Love this art credit: unknown
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Sarah🇭🇰 Sep 14
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carmen Sep 16
Ok let’s get the logic right, Pro China lady. A nation is a stable community of people, formed on the basis of a common language, territory, history, ethnicity, or psychological make-up manifested in a common culture. It’s never the other way round.
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Save Hong Kong Sep 17
“Hong Kong is not only suffering from the political crisis. We are also suffering from the humanitarian crisis," Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong said before Congress
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Yuen Chan Sep 16
This is incredible. Hong Kong football fans of all stripes and colours to out aside team rivalries for "great reconciliation" to link hands in Victoria Park on Sept 18
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Heiky Kwan Sep 14
If you have not seen yet, 500+ gathered at Aberdeen centre in Richmond today to support fighting against authoritarian encroachment.
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Arthur_Beta Sep 11
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Save Hong Kong 16h
"Hong Kong does not belong to Beijing, Hong Kong belongs to Hong Kong". Perfectly KO this Pro-China supporters next to Lennon Wall.
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HKDemoNow 19h
. officers tearing down Lennon Wall at Tin Shui Wai and left it as trash on the ground
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Ivan Chau Sep 14
That's one way to spend a night in HK, before the storm tomorrow.
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Save Hong Kong 18h
Thank You the people from Japanese to support Hong Kong protest.
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HongKonger Sep 17
If you want to know more about why are hkers taking their frustrations on the MTR, please take a look.
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Thurston Howell III Sep 17
Replying to @tomfriedman
Still banging out nonsense on that Smith-Corona I see. By the way, Neville Chamberlain tried appeasing Hitler, we won’t make the same mistake with Xi Jinping & the CCP
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Pierre 20h
Most of different football team fans connected for 5 demands, no one less
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Raquel Carvalho Sep 12
Pansy Ho is the 20th richest person in . Her net worth is, according to Forbes, US$4.3 billion. Claiming that she is “just a regular person,” she told the UN about the : “Today I feel repressed... We live in fear on a daily basis”
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巴丢草  Badiucao 16m
OMG! Australia is still talented! one of best Hong Kong protest video ever have fun Hkers and Aussies!
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Tammy Tai 16m
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hkwaffle 12h
Thank you speakers and all Americans who stand with HongKong!
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Ivan Chau 16h
Thank you US Congress!!
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Mei 21h
Fight for freedom, Stand with Hong Kong!
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