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Joshua Yakumangana Aug 16
This is not a humiliation session during the cultural revolution. This is how the Chinese Mainlanders verbally abused Hong Kong protesters tonight in Melbourne. Why do we need more hatred in the world in the name of Nationalism?
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Kirsten Han 韩俐颖 Aug 15
The latest schedule, sent over Telegram. My God Hong Kongers can just keep going and going if you piss them off
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catherinechu Aug 16
The pro-Communist people in Hong Kong and China are now widely calling the pro-democracy protestors as cockroaches. This is the 1st step of genocide to dehumanize the protestors and justify the killing acts.
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Puffinbottom Aug 15
🤣🤣🤣 Best comeback line ever read.
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Vivienne Chow Aug 15
Chinese actress Liu Yifei, star of upcoming Disney blockbuster Mulan, shows support for Hong Kong police on Weibo, retweeting a People’s Daily post. Weibo shows that she is an iPhone user
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Unite The Voice Aug 15
Hong Kong has been rocked by protests since early June, many of which have ended in violent clashes between police and demonstrators. This is why began rising up.
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Chung 24h
We are fighting for the freedom of our future, doing what we think is right. It was so peacefully until the Hong Kong polices lost control, what they did are inhumanity n ridiculous. No one should support them.
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SCMP Young Post 23h
1.16pm: Teachers calling out for an end to the violence, chanting "Don't shoot our children." They were also heard chanting “Safeguard our children, Stick to our conscience”.
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hardmaru 14h
Recently I’ve been tweeting more about the and less about my views on machine learning and artificial intelligence. I apologise for the inconvenience ...
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Living the Life of Riley 13h
Today at Westminster by Parliament in London: “One China” 🇨🇳 Followed by “Two Systems” 🇭🇰 Chanting today in London This is effective harmonious chanting.
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Liam Wong王立安 Aug 16
The newspaper confirmed that Hongkong protesters steal the money and credit card of the Chinese journalist after tied hin up and assaulted him at Hongkong International Airport. They even used this credit card to buy an iPhone.
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Alex Hofford 16h
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donh0n 14h
Heartbreaking, spotted this kid at the protest in Mong Kok today. 10yrs old? Hong Kong. 17-8-2019.
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卡丽熙🇨🇦 11h
"We want to protect our students, our youngsters." Hong Kong teachers braved the rain to support young protesters in another weekend of
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China Satellite TV 23h
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Sebastian Reategui Aug 16
Protestors in Sydney wear eye patches in solidarity with a woman who lost her eye from brutal police violence in . DM for use
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tommy 18h
Many of us are waving old Hong Kong flag. We miss UK.
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jo 18h
One thing CCP cannot buy, conscience. 22,000 educators has proved it today. Photo: Stand News
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Sylvia 18h
The government has not responded to the five demands proposed by the protesters. We are STILL FIGHTING for our FUTURE
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C/O Controversy 20h
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