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Thomas Maresca Sep 14
So much for a police ban on today's rally ~ thousands have turned out at Causeway Bay & crowd is growing. "They can't arrest us all, " one protester, 60, told me.
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Freedom HK Sep 14
You cant recognize if any police is around you. 2 youngsters were arrested by 2 so-called Offduty Police with batons when they're getting off from the bus. Neither of the police had shown their warrents and one of them had carried a gun at his waist.
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Jessie Pang Sep 13
Replying to @JessiePang0125
The happiest mid autumn festival ever to many.
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Liam Stone石立安 Sep 15
Another citizen assaulted by many protesters at the same time.
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LO Kin-hei 羅健熙 Sep 15
wow! calling for international help to and join the worldwide march on 9.29
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clo1001 Sep 15
Tis few victim may nt so familiar because they r victim by rioter which no show in major news. Stop say democracy n freedom which u din giv freedom for voice different fr u. Is it wrong lov their own country.? Rioter pls jus gt out of HK, go d country u wan!
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China Uncensored 7h
First demonetizes all our episodes. Now they're removing our channel verification!
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J.C. Sep 15
Some people say that all people needed to do is sit down & talk to resolve our political differences. They are either morons or disingenuous. This isn’t a difference of opinions on how to recycle rubbish, it is a difference in core beliefs of good & evil.
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Phoebe Kong 江穎怡 Sep 15
Replying to @phoebe_kongwy
Prominent Korean actor Kim Eui-sung who has been closely watching is here today, surrounded by numerous protesters who express gratitude to him. He told me that he has planned this trip for a long time - to have a closer look at emotion and goals.
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Michael Zhang 張雨軒 Sep 15
The front end of the march on Hong Kong island has reached Wanchai. Lots of waving American flags and singing of the Star Spangled Banner. Big sign at the front saying "President Trump, Please liberate Hong Kong".
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sung tommy Sep 10
No warning before using tear gas.
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Jimmy Choi Sep 18
A group of residents who say they were abused by the police in the past three months has launched a crowdfunding campaign, “Sue the Abuser”, to raise $HK10 million to sue the police and seek judicial reviews.
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Rachel Cheung Sep 15
This slogan though. Seen at .
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Calvin Chan Sep 16
Yes, they are kids🥳 but they are willing to sacrifice for our future😢 Source: unknown
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Maggie Lo Sep 17
Day 101, and still going strong. All photos by Studio Incendo.
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J.C. 22h
This is his disingenuous call to violence again. The HK establishment makes no effort to reduce violence on the people. On the contrary, it continues to incite violence.
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Sharlotte F. Sep 15
Hong Kong Police and triads - same same Brothers in Arms Paid thugs for the CCP.
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Liam Stone石立安 Sep 15
This is what protesters did at Admiralty Station.
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Johnson Yeung楊政賢 16h
The most fascinating thing in the are the bravery and self-initiatives of commoners. Today 10 citizens decide to sue the police for their excessive use of force, despite they might face retaliation.
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Dorothy ExdousHK 23h
Hong Kong Police, friends of gangster.
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