Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

13 五一 2021
1 年 前
Self-governing democracy Taiwan is to consider granting asylum to protesters from semi-autonomous Hong Kong, President Tsai Ing-wen has said
1 年 前
President Tsai: "Hong Kong's experience under 'one country, two systems' has shown the world, once and for all, that authoritarianism and democracy cannot coexist"
Police starts assaulting protestors, shoppers and , journalists in Nee Town Plaza #antiELAB #ExtraditionBill
More confrontations in Shatin Plaza. Protesters threw sticks at officers, in the chaos, seems one journalist was hit by a police baton.
Police suddenly charged near Sha Tin City Hall, and several protesters were held to the ground or detained. "Remove your mask. Show your HKID."
MTR trains would not stop at Shatin station in light of the latest protests in new town plaza #antiELAB
Approximately 36 temporarily detained. Police said they will be taken away to police station later.
Chaotic scene inside Sha Tin New Town Plaza
A journalist from @AFP was injured due to police excessive force.
Hong Kong protest group vows new rallies, rejects city leader's comments
Hong Kong's pro-Beijing leader Carrie Lam announces that a widely loathed proposal to allow extraditions to the Chinese mainland "is dead" - but she again stopped short of protester demands to immediately withdraw the bill
"There are still lingering doubts about the government's sincerity or worries (about) whether the government will restart the process with the Legislative Council. So I reiterate here, there is no such plan. The bill is dead," Carrie Lam says
China regarded the violent actions of some protesters in HongKongProtest as an "undisguised challenge" to the one country, two systems formula under which the city is ruled, state television reported on Tuesday.
HongKong Gov Press conference: In response to the question about resignation, Carrie Lam said: I've apologised for the insufficient work surrounding the Bill, there is much more work to be done.
At a 4am press conference, Chief Executive Carrie Lam, Secretary for Security John Lee and police chief Stephen Lo condemned Monday evening's occupation of Hong Kong's Legislative Council.
Police chief Stephen Lo said the withdrawal of police officers from LegCo prior to the evening occupation as a "temporary retreat" due to the environment and the tactics used by protesters.
[00:35 HKT] Police ready to enter Legco
Lawmaker Roy Kwong is covering protestors to leave from Admiralty Centre #AntiELAB
Lianyu Wall is commonly known as The Lennon Wall, is guarded by a large number of riot police.
#antiELAB protesters and riot police on the crossing of Tim Mei Avenue and Harcourt Road.
Tear gas fired on Lung Wo and LegCo Road.
HongKong police fire tear gas to disperse anti-extraditionbill protesters after they stormed into Legco for several hours
Police clearing LegCo Road with big numbers and force. Multiple tear gas canisters fired. Police holding bean bag guns.
Police just fired tear gas at protesters outside Legco.
Police preparing in heavy force on Fenwick Pier St
European Union weighs in, saying the actions to break in the legco "are not representative of the vast majority" as they call on protesters to exercise restraint
#antiELAB protesters all geared up as police near from Wan Chai. Helmets, masks and gloves on. "We are not defending the barricade at all cost, we just need to buy time for those behind us to leave," shouts one.
Hong Kong Police Force: The LegCo Building was violently attacked and forced to enter illegally. The police severely condemned the violent attack. The police will conduct sweeping in a short period of time and will take reasonable force.The police also appeal unrelated protestors to leave the vicinity.
Full statement from the HongKong gov't in response to the July1 protests and unrest at the legislature
Police announced that they will be clearing the scene shortly. As news spread, #antiELAB protesters are urging those who need to go, to leave and that a safe exit through the other end of Lung Wo Road is possible.
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