Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

6 六一 2020
Hong kong's Internet Society @ISOCHK will fight an interim injunction order banning posting/reposting msgs "incites the use or threat of violence" that specifically covered LIHKG and Telegram. The industry association will launch JR application, while hoping to crowdfund HKD$3M
HKUST students holding a rally in between graduation ceremonies to support their fellow student Chow. Chants are 阻礙救援 如同謀殺 (Obstruct medics, same as murder) and 周同學 加油 (Chow, add oil)
Meanwhile @hkust's grad day, students come to protest at atrium, demanding their principal WeiShyy to condemn police violence. A student fell from a building when he was making escape from tear gas in TseungKwanO days ago. He's still at critical state. #HongKongProtests
Mainland students walked out of the assembly at @hkust, when Prof Wei SHYY (vice-chancellor of HKUST), agreed to footage related to the fall of student Mr CHOW, who is still in ICU and in critical condition after his fall at the carpark.
Pro-Beijing lawmaker Junius Ho was injured in a knife attack whilst campaigning on Wednesday morning. One man has been arrested
Link REIT, the owner of the carpark building where the 22-year-old HKUST student, Alex Chow, fell off on Monday early morning when allegedly dodging police tear gas, has disclosed the CCTV footage recorded that day.
Vice-Premier says Beijing supports Hong Kong authorities, as leader Carrie Lam 'saddened' by 3,000 arrests during protests
At about 1.30am, police decided to march into Kwong Ming Court, where protesters have fled
Riot police have entered the premises of Kwong Ming Estate, Tseung Kwan O. Photo: iCable screenshot. #hongkong
Riot police have returned to Tseung Kwan O to fire a second round of tear gas after midnight. Meanwhile, stop and searches — reportedly arrests — took place in Yuen Long and Mong Kok. Photo: Stand News.
Police fired tear gas to disperse the protesting residents in Tseung Kwan O shortly after 11pm. Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.
Tear gas fired in TKO
Asked by police to leave, TKO residents reacted angrily:"this is my home, you should leave."
Pedestrian area outside Kwong Ming Court is becoming a field for looming clashes
Local residents are gathered to protest riot police in Sheung Tak Estate, Tseung Kwan O on Tuesday night, where a student fell one storey fleeing from tear gas and is in a dangerous coma. Photo: RTHK screenshot.
Owan Li, student rep in PolyU council, demanded riot police not to use strong lights at students. Riot police said some students used laser pointer at them first
Hong Kong police said they didn't enter the parking lot where a HKUST student fell down one floor on the morning of Nov. 4 and that police didn't push him down, according to a 9pm police presser
Per a HKUST Students' Union statement released minutes ago, "rumor and information" on the fallen student's condition that spread today are "largely not true." The SU urges people to continue offer their support to the student but gather elsewhere instead of at the hospital
This number of police cars on Science Museum Road. At least a total of five were arrested at the back of history museum
Protesters were walking on Chatham Road South when the water cannon truck showed up and they fled. Some journalists were affected At least two arrests were then made outside PolyU
Few "frontliners" with protective gear have been seen so far, while some participants appear to be in business dress, after having finished work. Photo: Apple Daily screenshot. #hongkong
The anti antimasklaw enacted for one-month and turn to be mass V for Vendetta march in Tsim Sha Tsui
A spontaneous masked rally is taking place in Tsim Sha Tsui on Tuesday evening. Photo: RTHK screenshot.
The fallen HKUST student Mr Chow is considered brain stem dead, and his parents are deciding to remove any aids that maintain his living, local paper Oriental Daily reports. antiELAB
PRC President Xijinping met HongKong's city leader CarrieLam in Shanghai. Xi told Lam that "the central gov holds high confidence on you and fully recognise the efforts made by your governing team and you."
A legal blunder by justice department has sparked a rare scene that saw a fleet of police wagons descending at a Hong Kong court, with heavily armed riot police stationed outside and entering the building to arrest defendants from the anti-government protests
Police canceled the press conference after 20 minutes because the reporters refused to remove their helmets bearing the words "investigate police brutality, stop police's lies."
325 people (247 male, 78 female, aged 14 to 54) were arrested on Friday and weekend. Saturday: 378 tear gas, 127 rubber bullets, 7 bean bag rounds, 22 sponge grenade. Sunday: 45 tear gas, 13 rubber bullets, 4 bean bag rounds, 1 sponge grenade
After cancelling the 4pm presser, HK police turned on FB live at 5.30pm to conduct their daily briefing.
HKUST SU says that they will not provide an update on the student injured in Tseung Kwan O last night at his family's request, and asked others not to share unverified information. The SU condemned police for allegedly obstructing an ambulance at the scene
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