Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

6 六一 2020
Another lunchtime flash protest in Central. This one to show support to to those arrested over antiELAB especially the Chinese University student who revealed her identity last night and accused police of sex abuse
The 'You're Not Alone' march in support of victims of HK police violence & brutality is proceeding through Central
Connaught Rd paralyzed by #4Sonia marchers
A banner saying "Hong Kong Police, Intentionally Murder" is laid on the floor of Chater Garden
NOW in Chater Garden in Central. Netizens called for a flash mob really at 12.30pm to support Sonia Ng, the CUHK student who openly claimed to have suffered sexual harassment by police in light of her arrest on 8.31
10:47, dozen of riot police went out of TST  police station, causing citizens to complain; they briefing inspected bus stop, tore down some Taiwanese flags on their notice board before going back inside. They seem to be scared of citizens7 月 前
10:47, dozen of riot police went out of TST police station, causing citizens to complain; they briefing inspected bus stop, tore down some Taiwanese flags on their notice board before going back inside. They seem to be scared of citizens
Dozens of riot police rushed into a crowd at around 9.10pm. Others shone strobe lights at reporters
Anger in Tsim Sha Tsui as police conduct stop and search actions outside their station. Protesters chanted "Hong Kong people resist."
Protesters chant outside Tsim Sha Tsui Police Station for victims shot by projectiles in the eye — on World Vision Day —despite riot police presence on Thursday evening
Riot police came out from TST station to search a man and woman. They removed their masks temporarily during the search
今日為雙十節,在IFC商場,有人派發青天白日滿地紅旗,象徵香港及台灣連線。
The ROC flag and paper cranes at Shatin's New Town Plaza — a frequent site of clashes over the past three months — on Thursday. Photo: InMedia screenshot.
On Thursday evening, dozens of Hongkongers gathered outside Tsim Sha Tsui Police Station on the occasion of World Vision Day, in support of a woman who was shot by a police projectile in the right eye in August. Photo: Stand News.
7:35 at TST ferry pier #AntiELAB protest. #hongkongprotests
Uniformed police patrols Tsim Sha Tsui ahead of two planned antielab activities. Conducting stop and search as well. Interestingly, most had warrant cards & ID number
Mira Place + Don Don Donki close @ 4:30pm as today is WorldSightDay & a protest, in solidarity with first aider who was shot by HongKong police & lost her left eye, will be held at 5pm in front of Tsim Sha Tsui Police Station
7 月 前
Residents protesting outside Ma On Shan police station dispersed around 20 minutes after learning the mall staffers had been released on bail
News organization Quartz tells The Verge that Apple has removed its mobile app from the Chinese version of its App Store after complaints from the Chinese government
Apple pulled an app that let Hong Kong's protesters track the police, a day after facing intense criticism from Chinese state media
Just had our "Free Hong Kong" sign confiscated at Capitol One Arena at the Wizards game against the Guangzhou Long Lions.
US Secretary of State Pompeo says, commenting on NBA situation, American businesses are waking up to risks of doing business in China: @Reuters
有示威者昨晚在馬鞍山警署外聚集,不滿警方涉嫌以阻差辦公拘捕新港城中心職員8 月 前
有示威者昨晚在馬鞍山警署外聚集,不滿警方涉嫌以阻差辦公拘捕新港城中心職員
A Stand News reporter was stopped and searched by police in Kwun Tong on Wednesday night despite showing his press identity. When he asked police for their warrant cards and names, they refused and shone a light at him to prevent him from filming.  Photo: Stand News screenshot8 月 前
A Stand News reporter was stopped and searched by police in Kwun Tong on Wednesday night despite showing his press identity. When he asked police for their warrant cards and names, they refused and shone a light at him to prevent him from filming. Photo: Stand News screenshot
The MTR Corporation says Kwun Tong station will reopen on Thursday: As some of the station facilities will remain closed for repair works, crowd control measures will be implemented at the station.8 月 前
The MTR Corporation says Kwun Tong station will reopen on Thursday: "As some of the station facilities will remain closed for repair works, crowd control measures will be implemented at the station."
The police has cancelled its daily press conference today, despite intense media interest over what their "plainclothes officers" — masked, dressed in black and wandering around in all directions inside an MTR station closed 3 hours beforehand — were doing
A crowd of supporters wait outside Hong Kong's High Court as jailed independence activist Edward Leung applies for leave to appeal his 2016 conviction for rioting. Leung's slogan "Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our times" has become ubiquitous during this summer's unrest
Suspected arson attack does significant damage to Tsing Yi LennonWall. In fact, it's reported there was an explosion. It's amazing that any posters survived the blast & fire at all. Happened before 3am last night
The banner, "Revolt", at the High Court. The hearing for Edward Leung's application to appeal his jail sentence is over but hundreds are still gathered here and chanting
In tonight's Collegiate Hearthstone championship, American University held up a "Free Hong Kong, boycott Blizzard" during the broadcast, which was quickly cut away by Blizzard
10:29: citizen share a photo of Siu Hong MTR, which was alleged vandalized by protesters. 6pm station closed; 8pm group of undercover was seen inside; around 9pm, station vandalized. But All broken glasses are outside the station, suggesting someone broke them from the inside8 月 前
10:29: citizen share a photo of Siu Hong MTR, which was alleged vandalized by "protesters". 6pm station closed; 8pm group of undercover was seen inside; around 9pm, station vandalized. But All broken glasses are outside the station, suggesting someone broke them from the inside
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