Protesters have counted over 100 vans of riot police parked under Fortune Metropolis mall, 300m from Cross-Harbor Tunnel. As of now, only several hundred officers are patrolling out on the streets in the vicinity

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9 December 2019
Police vehicles leaving Nathan Road  Argyle St. The final van is hit by a projectile, to a rousing cheer from the people. 5 mins previously another van was hit the same way, got the same cheer. Neither stopped1 week ago
Police vehicles leaving Nathan Road Argyle St. The final van is hit by a projectile, to a rousing cheer from the people. 5 mins previously another van was hit the same way, got the same cheer. Neither stopped
Hong Kong Police moved on to block a footbridge in Whampoa, which is a private residential area. Unhappy residents wanted a reason, but couldn't get one. They then mocked the officers for being the best "election campaigners" by upsetting people in the area #HongKongProtests
Police operations have migrated to nearby Hung Hom and Whampoa Gardens.
Several dozen riot police have just cleared protesters from the bridge over Cross-Harbor Tunnel. Protesters retreated without resistance
In Tsim Sha Tsui, hundreds of protesters are climbing over the partition separating a highway and a footbridge as they fear the police are fast approaching. Video: SCMP/Lilian Cheng
Protesters have counted over 100 vans of riot police parked under Fortune Metropolis mall, 300m from Cross-Harbor Tunnel. As of now, only several hundred officers are patrolling out on the streets in the vicinity
Riot police are telling people gathering outside the newly reopened Hong Kong Museum of Art that they are at an "illegal assembly". When did hanging outside an art museum become illegal Some of Hong Kong's most important artworks are housed inside HKMoA. #HongKongProtests
Collection of tear gas earlier fired by police, some suspected to be from mainland China. Police claimed the organiser said the rally has already come to an end. #hongkongprotests
Protesters are back on the bridge over just-reopened Cross-Harbor Tunnel next to PolyU. This is the bridge where protesters set a police armored vehicle alight at start of police siege of PolyU on Nov 18
Tsim Sha Tsui at 17:01 The police cast tear gas on the crowd gathered during the parade.
Standoff for now. Pepper spray was deployed earlier though unclear at whom and why
Pepper spray deployed within 2 meters in the face of an unmasked man. Not sure why the police came up to the walking crowd. The man, with his face covered by pepper spray, said loudly he did nothing. #TSTmarch
Blue flag on Nathan Road
Crowds joining from Nathan Road as well
16:23: police are conducting stop and search at Hung Hom station, and taking down personal information.1 week ago
16:23: police are conducting stop and search at Hung Hom station, and taking down personal information.
Blue flag raised at junction of Nathan Rd and Salisbury Rd. police said rally goers took a route that was not approved. Demanding them to go back to approved route. Warning use of force otherwise
Hundreds if not thousands of people already beginning to march from the TST Clocktower. #HongKongProtests
#TSTmarch goers have occupied Salisbury Road. A handful of police are stationing nearby, with one patching a China flag on his helmet
At Salisbury Road, riot police stop protesting crowds from marching onto the carriageway, slowing down the pace of the march with thousands waiting at the Clock Tower and the vicinity.1 week ago
At Salisbury Road, riot police stop protesting crowds from marching onto the carriageway, slowing down the pace of the march with thousands waiting at the Clock Tower and the vicinity.
Thousands have beckoned the call to attend a rally tdy in Tsim Sha Tsui to redraw the focus on the protesters' 5 demands, emphasising "Not One Less" regardless of the government's recent response on setting up an independent review committee for studying #HongKongProtests
Thousands wait at the Tsim Sha Tsui harbour front to march to Hung Hom due to the size of the crowd half an hour after the official beginning of the march, chanting well-known protest slogans.
Los Angeles. Protesters reenact HKPolice beating up HKers who are fighting for freedom and democracy. This is a pretty cool idea. People are more captivated by things like this over only slogan chanting
A bottle of champagne is opened in Wong Tai Sin as crowds also chant protest slogans and reiterate the movement's five demands. Photo: InMedia.1 week ago
A bottle of champagne is opened in Wong Tai Sin as crowds also chant protest slogans and reiterate the movement's "five demands". Photo: InMedia.
A small crowd has congregated outside exit B1 of Prince Edward MTR station on Saturday to mark three months since police stormed the facility, conducting multiple arrests. Some have laid out white funeral flowers to honour those who they say remain unaccounted for.1 week ago
A small crowd has congregated outside exit B1 of Prince Edward MTR station on Saturday to mark three months since police stormed the facility, conducting multiple arrests. Some have laid out white funeral flowers to honour those who they say remain unaccounted for.
3 months since 831 incident where riot HongKongpolice stormed Prince Edward MTR stations beating and spraying g citizens and protesters. Just now, dozens of armed masked police urged people leave and clean the white flowers around the station1 week ago
3 months since 831 incident where riot HongKongpolice stormed Prince Edward MTR stations beating and spraying g citizens and protesters. Just now, dozens of armed masked police urged people leave and clean the white flowers around the station
A rally planned in Kowloon on Sunday has been given approval by police to go ahead. The protest will march to Hung Hom where the Polytechnic University is based.
Back on their feet, flags waving. A rendition of "Do You Hear the People Sing?" to close out today's rally
Rally at Chater Garden @ 15:40
Hundreds of people are rallying in Central's Chater Garden. Organised by secondary school students and "silver-hair" marchers, they're showing solidarity with the thousands of young people arrested during the anti-government #HongKongProtests
Police have clarified that they have no plan to use wooden bullets at protests after reports that commissioner Chris Tang had told reporters such a plan was being considered. Police say that wooden bullets were part of their arsenal decades ago, but have since been phased out
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