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Democracy for Hong Kong Aug 18
Yesterday at the rally, a Mainland Chinese supporter slipped us this note. "I am a Mainlander, and I want to tell you that there are people supporting you in Mainland China, although we are not able to speak up for you. You are not alone, add oil.
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Joshua Wong 黃之鋒 Aug 18
1.7 million citizens took to the streets peacefully with our calls on free-election!
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A Girl from HK Aug 18
Peaceful rally in Victoria Park by hundreds of thousands of HKers. Democracy for Hong Kong. Withdraw the Extradiction Bill. Independent inquiry into Police Brutality. Retweet and share the peaceful movement with the world.
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Nathan Law 羅冠聰 Aug 18
1.7 million protestors today in support of the Summer of discontent! Public opinion is still on our side! Keep fighting HongKongers!
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Lok. Aug 19
Video released by democrat lawmaker Lam cheuk-ting of alleged against a man arrested on June 26 on suspicion of assaulting the police. Officers were seen covering the man's face with clothing as he was tied up on the bed. Not related to protests.
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Nectar Gan Aug 18
“Be water, my friend”: This is what hundreds of thousands of water drops look like when they converge into a slow-moving river of hope, faith and resilience, sweeping everything in their way. Thank you for the most beautiful rainy day.
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A Girl from HK Aug 18
Proud to be a HongKonger
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Kyle Bass 20h
Replying to @Jkylebass
We saw a senior pro-beijing lawmaker in Hong Kong give the protestors “10 days” yesterday. He then said that these protests cannot last going into the 70th anniversary of the communist party in china....which is October 1st.
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James Pomfret Aug 21
Protesters push back riot police at Exit G of Yuen Long station, sealing another exit as they barricade themselves inside, chanting “black cops” “liberate Hk”
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Jasmine Leung 2h
Live: Accountants in are now gathered in Chater Garden and will start its march at 1245. They’re calling for the 5 demands to be answered over the protesters.
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Phoebe Kong 江穎怡 Aug 18
Throwback 18th Aug - Ariel view of the massive assembly right before the hourslong pouring rain. It's shot at the beginning of the rally in which 1.7M people turned out.
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Hong Kong Free Press Aug 21
Replying to @HongKongFP
An angry elderly resident confronts riot police, demanding to know where they were on July 21 when armed men attacked civilians at Yuen Long MTR Station. Photo: RTHK screenshot.
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Lok. Aug 20
On Twitter and Facebook banning Beijing-linked accounts, Ministry of Foreign Affairs' Geng Shuang said Chinese citizens "have the right to express their views" over the situation in HK. Both sites are banned on the mainland, ICYMI.
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Ussie Aug 17
They even got the kid screaming traitor
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Jeffie Lam Aug 21
“一齊走!一齊走!let’s leave together and dont be caught by cops. Save the energy for Sunday!” Protesters chanted as things turned ugly in
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Alex Hofford Aug 19
Shocked to see razor wire going up around Kwun Tong Police station. More evidence of Hong Kong’s rapid transformation into a .
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Frances Sit 23h
Uni student unions are calling for a class boycott over crisis, when skl starts in Sept 2. An assembly will be held at CUHK at 3pm that day. Students said they will escalate actions, if govt doesn’t respond to the 5 demands by Sept 13 8pm, e.g. extending the boycott.
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Jeremy Serote Aug 20
Twitter and Facebook removed ads running from China state media today. Guess what ad I got on YouTube?
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Alex Hofford Aug 18
Since this is probably Hong Kong’s largest ever unlawful assembly in history, people are now just walking around randomly in different directions. When asked where they are going, some say “we are simply going to the MTR (metro station)”.
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Galileo Cheng Aug 21
The most bizarre shot inside a MTR Station
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