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Kinling Lo 盧建靈 Jun 12
Just in 22:10 : ten police cars, with flashing red lights and alarms on, charged towards Wan Chai. Protesters ran as they saw the whole parade of cars.
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Kinling Lo 盧建靈 Jun 13
the day after police cleared most of the protesters using rubber bullets, tear gas and pepper spray: a dozen protesters singing a series of hymns- in this video “Amazing Grace”- standing in the rain outside the gov offices in Admiralty
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Alkira Reinfrank Jun 12
protests are the most orderly disorder I have ever seen. Food and equipment stations are set up around the city.
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Emily Rauhala Jun 12
An update on ’s detention in China. The fact that he has been held for so long, with so little access to the outside world, in such (reportedly) bad conditions, feels extra timely given HK’s fight over
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QuickTake by Bloomberg Jun 12
Replying to @QuickTake
LATEST: Police are firing tear gas and using batons against Hong Kong protesters More:
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Himalaya Global Nov 29
If you are still puzzled by why Hongkongers are so outraged by the , this video explains it. If passed, it will allow "suspects" (aka, anyone doesn't like) to be sent to mainland China, where can do whatever they want.
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✋🏽☝🏽 Jun 13
Just checked in with a HK protester I met in 2017 and was asked one simple request. The young people of Hong Kong aren’t asking for much more than what most westerners take for granted. A voice, liberty, democracy and freedom of speech 🇭🇰
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ChadMIden Jun 13
“the protesters are not demanding new freedoms; they simply want to keep those they have.”
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Alkira Reinfrank Jun 12
Any movement from the police sees umbrellas at the ready in .
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Kinling Lo 盧建靈 Jun 12
Replying to @SCMPNews
’s “Lennon Wall” today - the protest art form that revived from 2014 Umbrella Movement. Within hours, after police cleared the venue using tear gas, the wall sat alone in Admiralty by 1830.
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Federico M. Domínguez Jun 13
This is an example of why Hong Kong youth decry the , if you denounce corruption you may easily end in prision in mainland.
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Denise Tsang Jun 9
LIVE: Carrie Lam and John Lee did you hear what people are shouting?
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Nosliw Jun 21
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Westportscene😷 Jun 12
U.S. Congressional leaders vow to review Hong Kong’s special trading status if the passes.
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Ting Microway Jun 14
Always liked this poem by , Viewing Central from the China Club" 在中銀大廈中國會眺望#中環. Translated into English by . Cleverly blends ’s words, , & apt for the current situation, tho w/ a sad tone.
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Roy McKenzie Jun 12
I left the protest scene before it got violent. But what struck me was how young the protesters were, and the camaraderie. These guys took barricades and created a bridge, helping people over the highway when it started to rain.
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Nosliw Jun 21
For real, they’re Hongkong police just took off their uniform and start barking :(
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Snowgie😷 Jun 14
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Denise Tsang Jun 9
LIVE: annoyed crowds roar and boo at the police to let them cross over to the other side of the road. While the police call the public for not being provoked, you can see people are provoked by getting stuck outside the Tin Hau station.
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Vivienne Chow Jun 13
When asked abt his stance for in Taiwan, Jackie Chan claims “I don’t know what it means”. Maybe playing dumb is better than saying the wrong things that provoke Hongkongers further.
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