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Denise Ho (HOCC) Aug 18
1.7 million ppl on the streets, 10 hours of omni-directional march, Not one piece of glass broken. Not one person hurt nor beaten. And, not one policeman in sight. That is the self-discipline and quality of Hongkongers, my friends.
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Mazzielili Aug 12
This is Hong Kong airport, the protesters are fighting peacefully here💪🏻
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soraxd @ mu qing eye roll Aug 12
// What’s happening in HK rn, please lend us your support! I’ve breathed in a whole ton of tear gas over these few weeks but we won’t stand down 🇭🇰
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Denise Ho (HOCC) Aug 11
Girl shot directly in the eye with bag rounds by riot police, rumour has it that she will be losing complete eyesight in one eye.
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Rachel Yeo Aug 12
Protesters now singing “Do You Hear the People Sing”, attracting attention from passengers. Someone even brought a violin!
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Anarchists Worldwide Aug 13
, : 13.08.19: Protesters rescue a comrade from the clutches of the police. One of the protesters grabs a cop's baton and attacks him with it, the cop then draws his gun, but the protesters still manage to get away.
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whatsabouthk Aug 16
Another video of the HK police trying to flame the protester
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Kerry Haines Aug 16
The moment the police opened the road to let the 1000s of teachers march on. They definitely underestimated the turnout 💪🏽
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Denise Ho (HOCC) Aug 12
Am at HK airport, witnessed the rumours since this afternoon, of “riot police geared up and getting ready to disperse with rubber bullets”. From my perspective that’s the police’s dirty tricks to spread white terror among protesters, which unfortunately worked.
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Cate Cadell Aug 12
wk 1-2: *censorship* wk 2-4: "violent mob" wk 4-6: "violent mob + meddling" wk 6-8: "violent mob + meddling + criminals" wk 8-10: "violent mob + meddling + criminals + separatists" wk 10: "terrorism" Words beget action, and Beijing just took words to a new level.
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Robert Koenig-Luck Aug 11
Hong Kong international airport jammed full of protesters after violent clashes with riot police overnight. Many arrests were made. ⁦
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Rachel Yeo Aug 11
Protesters now walking around the departure hall and chanting. An eye for an eye
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Adam Ni Aug 12
Since the start of in June, I’ve been asked repeatedly about Beijing’s strategy. For weeks, I have said Beijing is scrambling to come up with an effective response. However, this has changed. Over the last weeks, a full picture of this strategy has emerged. THREAD
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Jessie Liao Aug 12
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Jarrod Watt Aug 18
Luckily, all the folks involved in today brought their umbrella... great photos coming in from the team going up on the live blog
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Bhavya (Haya) Aug 11
I will never be able to empathise with the after what I went through yesterday. I was coming back from the airport and my house on was blocked. The taxi guy dropped me somewhere closely and I decided to walk home. I was on the protesters side...
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Yee Chow Aug 12
Bring hk airport to a standstill
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Stuart Bridges Aug 12
Replying to @melissakchan
"The protesters are not destroying HK," a spokesperson for one resident group said this morning. "They are rescuing it from a grim future."
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Aooooozo Aug 12
Well, in HK even those kid cannot walk or understand what happen, still want to join the “protest “ for what they do not know.
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Wei Du 杜唯 Aug 12
Two episodes of clashes between mainland passengers and protestors in the last 10 minutes alone. How have been framed as an anti-China movement is something both sides need to think about.
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