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Rachel Cheung Jul 15
Here’s the meme version, by artist Tse Sai Pei, based on the photo taken by photographer Tam Ming Keung from USP. “A whole new shopping experience”
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RealHKNews Jul 14
First-aider broke down as he explained repeatedly refused requests to treat a young man who passed out after police stormed New Town Plaza. He feels guilty for not being able to help the injured. Via: Resistance Live Media
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Aaron Mc Nicholas Jul 13
This is another absurd situation where the protesters have gone home and the only people the police are encountering are local residents. Case in point, this basketball game that the police just broke up
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Aaron Mc Nicholas Jul 17
Chan Ho-wai, the Commercial Radio reporter who was told 「記你老母」”report your mother” by the police on June 12, was pepper sprayed in Sha Tin on Sunday by police who later told him: “It is you journalists that are messing up the society.”
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Wilson Leung 梁允信 Jul 13
I have huge respect for frontline reporters - without them, the public would only hear the government's (increasingly one-sided) position. Thank you to Hong Kong reporters for your incredible professionalism, often in the face of police violence.
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Meatball Jul 14
Police doing a bit of ice skating in New Town Plaza
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Rachel Cheung Jul 16
This detailed graph by explains why the protest in Shatin ended up in chaos. Tracing police's actions and tactics throughout the night, it shows how they cornered protesters in the mall instead of dispersing the crowds.
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Galileo Cheng Jul 14
This video taught us don’t went astray and alone
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Rachel Cheung Jul 14
Fake news photo circulating online, claiming a police officer had his fingers bitten off. Fact-check Facebook page 求驗傳媒 found that the photo was taken from a Taiwan news story four years ago.
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Missy Lao Jul 11
street art outside Pacific Place
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Aaron Mc Nicholas Jul 14
Protesters are fleeing to the trains trying to escape the shopping mall. MTR waived the fares
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Rachel Cheung Jul 14
Police almost stripping an protester of his clothes amid the chaos at New Town Plaza in Sha Tin. You can see the shock in others’ faces. Photo by 翁志偉 from Apple Daily.
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Aaron Mc Nicholas Jul 14
After pursuing protesters to the balcony above Sha Tin Centre, where you can enter the apartment, police were met by extremely angry local residents who urged them to leave
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isabella steger Jul 17
the old people’s protest today is much bigger than i thought it would be. it’s hard to even get out of the subway exit and chater garden is rammed with people
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Aaron Mc Nicholas Jul 12
On a Causeway Bay footbridge, this Lennon Wall is blossoming
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Aaron Mc Nicholas Jul 14
Chaotic scenes as protesters attempt to escape into the Sha Tin Centre shopping mall
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Missy Lao Jul 14
Another impressive scene at today’s protest in Shatin in which protesters opened the road for journalists to come through and along the way clapping for the journalists and chanting “記者,加油!”
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Chris Lau Jul 13
To protest against police's failure to wear their police IDs, leaving reporters no way to make complaints, journos are now showing police how things should be done professionay by holding up their press cards in defiance
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Aaron Mc Nicholas Jul 12
Paid my first visit to Lennon Tunnel in Tai Po and it is just really hard to convey the scale of what has been created in a video running at normal speed
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Xinqi Su Jul 14
A police officer was besieged and hit by protesters. A journo saved him, shouting: "No, he is also a HongKonger!"
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