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woppa 🎗 3h
Junius Ho (何妖), the pro-China politician behind the Yuen Long attacks, called on his people to destroy all in HK today. This is how HongKongers responded 😂😂😂
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woppa 🎗 Sep 17
If you've been following the protests, I'm sure you have seen him multiple times by now. Interview with Grandpa Wong. "I'll do this until the day I die" "They are not rioters, they are the hope of Hong Kong"
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Galileo Cheng 3h
How to tackle Junius Ho’s Cleaning assemble? By pasting his face as wallpaper all over on Long Ping West Rail Footbridge... via Internet
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Hong Kong Free Press Sep 16
Protest slogans and "Glory to Hong Kong" rang out in New York's Times Square over the weekend, as a crowd - including activist - gathered in solidarity.
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👁 Sep 17
How desperate 's CCP is to discredit immorally: ❌Consume 911 catastrophe ❌Aspersion on young girls being comfort women ❌Groundless claim on the girl shot in eye ❌Absurd claim for tdy's MTR derailed accident being done by the protestors Ugly .
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🇭🇰Be the Light of the World🇺🇸 Sep 15
Sep 15 Although HK police have banned Sunday's march originally hosted by the Civil Human Rights Front, thousands have still turned up in . WE SHALL NEVER SURRENDER. "For the land of the free And the home of the brave"
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Bloomberg TicToc Sep 19
Lasers pointed in eyes, torture, and assault... More and more activists are reporting brutality — and a lack of accountability — from police during the , according to . Read more via :
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Vivienne Chow 11h
WhatsApp/TG stickers inspired by scenes have been widely circulated. Humour is Hongkongers’ greatest strength though it has been so underrated by mainstream society (Stephen Chow didn’t win Hong Kong Film Awards best actor until 2002)
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Bloomberg TicToc Sep 17
"We transformed it to include Hong Kong culture." Here's how Pepe the Frog has become the face of the
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Hong Kong Free Press 4h
Protesters waving US flags marched through the Hong Kong University campus on Friday afternoon calling for Congress to pass the Human Rights and Democracy Act. In full: . Photo: InMedia.
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Fion Li Sep 15
he's one of the suspects who beat up reporters in fortress hill. unlike protesters, he was allowed to smoke and check his phone when he's detained with two others.
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Lea Li Sep 15
I was spat by an old Fujianese when I was filming on North Point Road. A few minutes ealier, this pro-Beijing group used sticks to attack journalists. Full clips will be shown in tonight’s SCMP video.
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J.C. Sep 18
There are a fuck of a lot despicable cunts jumping on the bandwagon. Fucking sick of it. This is a dark time for all those who would like to see justice, equality & liberty prevail in our world. Yet we have adrenaline junkies, self promoting opportunists,
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Bloomberg TicToc Sep 16
This Hong Kong protester's life was changed when he unmasked himself on July 1. Brian Leung gives his 1st on-camera interview on storming the Legislative government building during the
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Samantha Sep 16
representative Mr. Kong answered question how to recognise fake or real cop that most of off-duty cops didn’t show warrant card.He said u can wait for the 🚔.If there’s 🚔 at the end,they are the real cop. This answer is totally unprofessional.
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Cecil Yuen Sep 17
Todd Young (US lawmakers) have already voiced their support for the bill. (Chinese sub)
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Hong Kong Free Press 8h
12 different secondary schools in Tsuen Wan district formed a human chain protest on Friday evening. In full: . Photo: Stand News.
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#AntiELAB Fight for Hong Kong Sep 19
Today students from over 30 secondary schools in formed by Shing Mun River. Human chain was formed on both sides of river and extended across the bridge, while students stand hand-in-hand chanting slogans. Video via Telegram
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J P 8h
Last night, at students’ self-declared Rioters’ University (Chinese University), someone draped a black cloth with the words “China will pay for its crimes against Uighur Muslims” outside Lee Woo Sing College.
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Hong Kong Free Press 9h
Several protesters march through Tsimshatsui's Harbour City mall on Friday afternoon, calling on Hongkongers not to shop on Fridays and Sundays to put pressure on the generally pro-Beijing business sector. Photo: 銀髮族老而不廢 screenshot.
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