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Ezra Cheung Jul 29
: Confirmed by several local media, Tony Chung, convener of the disbanded pro-independence group Student Localism, is arrested for conspiracy to invite others to commit secession. Chung is the first known arrest over the newly national security law.
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Sándor Petőfi Jul 30
831 the day on which citizens indiscriminately attacked by the CCP police.
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梁晃維 Fergus Leung Jul 30
Including myself, 12 pro-democracy candidates were disqualified from HK's LegCo election today. By referencing to the primaries, the will of at least 170,000 HKers were barred from the election.
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心地唔好 Jul 27
The world has to know him — Professor YUEN Kwok-yung "Coronavirus: Hong Kong doctor accuses Wuhan officials of cover-up" Footage edited from BBC News
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Portland Independent Documentarians Jul 26
style Lennon Walls have become a new fixture in downtown . Tactics have been slowly adopted, and now so has this iconic aesthetic. It reads "Solidarity with Hong Kong. .
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Hong Kong World City☔️🖐🏻 6h
🇦🇺🇨🇳🇭🇰 backlash after deleting Twitter post critical of China's crackdown in Hong Kong 🔸Academic Elaine Pearson says safeguarding the human rights of people in HK ‘is not something that should be controversial’
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Ezra Cheung Jul 26
: Pro-democracy lawmaker Shiu Ka-chun sacked by Hong Kong Baptist University as a social work lecturer. He becomes the first teacher fired by university management after serving eight-month jail sentences over his role in the 2014 Occupy protests.
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Way to Freedom HK😷🤬🤦🏽‍♀️🇭🇰 Jul 25
Just saw this on Facebook. HK airport staff. Great poem.
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Hong Kong World City☔️🖐🏻 Jul 29
[] Thai youth protests draw moral support from Hong Kong activists
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Hong Kong World City☔️🖐🏻 Jul 31
So... “Add Oil!” Is now apparently banned under National Insecurity Law!!!
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ˢᵗᵒᵖ ᵍᵉⁿᵒᶜⁱᵈᵉ ᵖˡˢ Jul 31
from london's the sign says 「暴政必亡」which means a tyrannical government is destined to die, and i think that's beautiful
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Anonymous Operations Jul 28
We will remember this speech for the rest of our lives.
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Hong Kong World City☔️🖐🏻 Aug 1
🇭🇰’Like in the Cultural Revolution’: Hong Kong’s educators fear being purged 📢They will come for the education sector with terrible venom. They want to punish and scare the teens and brainwash the kids.
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Felicia for Freedom 19h
Replying to @SecPompeo
What Chinese and Hong Kong governments do is infuriating Hongkongers. We can't stand with silencing the voices for democracy, human rights, and election rights.
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Freedom HK Jul 28
’s systematic crackdown of turns to pro-democracy scholar and 2014 Umbrella movement OG Benny Tai. All freedoms must go, includinf academic freedom, when you are under a totalitarian regime.
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U4ria72 Jul 31
Chief executive of HKSAR Carrie Lam: “Both parties will suffer unless a ‘nuclear option’ is carried out.” What do you mean a “nuclear option” Ms Carrie Lam? Could you explain it?
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Felicia for Freedom 19h
Replying to @japantimes
There is not any valid reason to postpone the September elections. The postponement follows an illogical explanation that shows how dishonest HK Government is.
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Ezra Cheung Jul 29
Recap: Last night in Hong Kong, four students, aged from 16-21, were arrested for alleged secession, an offence that may result in life sentences. It is the first known arrest operation made over a thought crime after the national security law legislation.
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StopBeijing2022 Aug 1
Hong Kong MUST go ahead with elections. The only thing that should be cancelled is autocracy.
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Felicia for Freedom 19h
Replying to @uffeelbaek
2020-1997= 50 Hong Kong has experienced the second handover. This is the year that China doesn't want to pretend the fake autonomy given to Hongkongers.
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Felicia for Freedom Jul 31
Replying to @AJEnglish
Admit it. The postponement has nothing to do with the Coronavirus.
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