Hong Kong leader says will 'listen humbly' to voters after stunning poll result

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20 February 2020
The crowd at Science Museum Path 7:30 pm2 month ago
The crowd at Science Museum Path 7:30 pm
2 month ago
Police says officers will enter PolyU campus with social workers and uni officials to try to get protestors to leave. Promises not to arrest them on the spot,but will likely follow up, similar to how underaged protestors were treated
A few hundreds are at the border of the besieged HK Polytechnic University where there are reports that some are still inside2 month ago
A few hundreds are at the border of the besieged HK Polytechnic University where there are reports that some are still inside
Some 200 people are on Science Museum Road in standstill with riot police outside PolyU . Not much tension but also no sign of leaving any time soon2 month ago
Some 200 people are on Science Museum Road in standstill with riot police outside PolyU . Not much tension but also no sign of leaving any time soon
A stand off between @hkpoliceforce and demonstrators in HongKongProtests outside the cordon line at @HongKongPolyU is taking place after some newly-elected pan-democrat members want to go inside to support the ppl there. It has been encircled by the force over a week2 month ago
A stand off between @hkpoliceforce and demonstrators in HongKongProtests outside the cordon line at @HongKongPolyU is taking place after some newly-elected pan-democrat members want to go inside to support the ppl there. It has been encircled by the force over a week
Standoff near PolyU, where estimated 30 are still stuck inside after police besieged it more than a week ago, after some marched there demanding police to release them2 month ago
Standoff near PolyU, where estimated 30 are still stuck inside after police besieged it more than a week ago, after some marched there demanding police to release them
A large crowd of people, many wearing masks, are   gathering in front of a police cordon near PolyU, calling on officers to let them enter the univerisity to bring out the trapped people2 month ago
A large crowd of people, many wearing masks, are gathering in front of a police cordon near PolyU, calling on officers to let them enter the univerisity to bring out the trapped people
Any attempts to destabilize HongKong or damage its prosperity and stability are doomed to fail, Chinese State Councilor and FM Wang Yi said on Monday commenting on the results of #HKDCElections
Hundreds of democrats District Councilor-Elect marching to Poly University demanding the police to stop the siege2 month ago
Hundreds of democrats District Councilor-Elect marching to Poly University demanding the police to stop the siege
Pro-democracy district councillors, LegCo members and supporters have gather in Tsim Sha Tsui to address the PolyU standoff2 month ago
Pro-democracy district councillors, LegCo members and supporters have gather in Tsim Sha Tsui to address the PolyU standoff
Jimmy Sham, district councillor elected for Lek Yuen, Sha Tin, said votes and people's opinions should not be viewed as pressure on government but guidance for administration, and the very first greetings he got after winning was asking him to save those in PolyU2 month ago
Jimmy Sham, district councillor elected for Lek Yuen, Sha Tin, said votes and people's opinions should not be viewed as pressure on government but guidance for administration, and the very first greetings he got after winning was asking him to save those in PolyU
China: We support Hong Kong's leader despite her deadlock in the election
Election is still not concluded at J19 Lam Tin's Fei Ngan Kindergarten polling station. Many HongKong riot Police have surrounded & entered the station now. Officer has announced pro-Beijing candidate won by 50 votes, but there are 71 votes that are missing.2 month ago
Election is still not concluded at J19 Lam Tin's Fei Ngan Kindergarten polling station. Many HongKong riot Police have surrounded & entered the station now. Officer has announced pro-Beijing candidate won by 50 votes, but there are 71 votes that are missing.
Flash mob in central HK chanting '5 Demands, not one less', after opposition's stunning victory in local elections2 month ago
Flash mob in central HK chanting '5 Demands, not one less', after opposition's stunning victory in local elections
Pro-Beijing lawmaker Regina Ip   being besieged and hounded as a dog with tail between her legs through the streets of Central. Traitor of HongKong.2 month ago
Pro-Beijing lawmaker Regina Ip being besieged and hounded as a dog with tail between her legs through the streets of Central. "Traitor of HongKong."
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The Democratic Party says its election wins are thanks to HongKong's protesters and its district councillors will head to PolyU today to demand an end to the police siege there
CarrieLam's cabinet member Regina Ip showed up in Central and has to be escorted away from the heckling crowd by riot police. Ip's New People's Party gained 0 seat in DC election2 month ago
CarrieLam's cabinet member Regina Ip showed up in Central and has to be escorted away from the heckling crowd by riot police. Ip's New People's Party gained 0 seat in DC election
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Hong Kong leader says will 'listen humbly' to voters after stunning poll result
Hong Kong elections: At 2am, pan-democratic (89) vs pro-Beijing (9) HKDCElection2 month ago
Hong Kong elections: At 2am, pan-democratic (89) vs pro-Beijing (9) #HKDCElection
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Democratic Party legislator Roy Kwong - popular in recent months for his assistance to protesters - has won in the North District Council. Pro-Beijing legislator Horace Cheung has lost his seat in the Central and Western District Council. hongkong
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Democrat Andrew Chiu - whose ear was bitten off by an assailant with a knife last month - has won in Taikoo Shing on Hong Kong Island
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The Democratic Party's Lo Kin-hei has retained his seat in Lei Tung (II) constituency in Hong Kong Island South
Pro-democracy supporters are celebrating Junius Ho's defeat on the streets of Tuen Mun. One opened a bottle of champagne.  Photo: Galileo Cheng2 month ago
Pro-democracy supporters are celebrating Junius Ho's defeat on the streets of Tuen Mun. One opened a bottle of champagne. Photo: Galileo Cheng
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Jocelyn Chau - who was previously arrested and attacked during the extradition bill protests - has won in North Point's City Gardens, a constituency previously uncontested by any pro-democracy challenger
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Moderate pro-Beijing legislator Michael Tien has lost his Tsuen Wan District Council seat to a pro-democracy challenger
Pro-Beijing Hong Kong lawmaker Junius Ho loses re-election bid. He was reviled by the opposition and seen shaking hands with alleged triad gangs. This is the celebration on social media after the news hit.2 month ago
Pro-Beijing Hong Kong lawmaker Junius Ho loses re-election bid. He was reviled by the opposition and seen shaking hands with alleged triad gangs. This is the celebration on social media after the news hit.
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At HKU, newcomer democrat and former HKU student council member Camille Yam has beaten Stephen Chan — who has been in his seat for 28 years
23:20HKT Netizens posted saying no citizens was allowed to monitor to vote counting at Q24 Fu Nam station in Tseung Kwan O2 month ago
23:20HKT Netizens posted saying no citizens was allowed to monitor to vote counting at Q24 Fu Nam station in Tseung Kwan O
In Tsuen Wan's Tak Wah constituency, videos are circulating that a similar outside box of votes has been carried inside by riot police officers. The electoral officer said these were votes from hospitals or prisons.  Photo: Telegram.2 month ago
In Tsuen Wan's Tak Wah constituency, videos are circulating that a similar outside box of votes has been carried inside by riot police officers. The electoral officer said these were votes from hospitals or prisons. Photo: Telegram.
Crowds are angry at the Kennedy Town / Mount Davis polling station after police were seen bringing two new box of votes inside after it closed at 10:30pm. The returning officer said wheelchair users requested a change of polling station, and voted elsewhere.  Photo: Screenshot2 month ago
Crowds are angry at the Kennedy Town / Mount Davis polling station after police were seen bringing two new box of votes inside after it closed at 10:30pm. The returning officer said wheelchair users requested a change of polling station, and voted elsewhere. Photo: Screenshot
Earlier on Sunday evening, pro-democracy candidate Tam Tak-chi, running in Kwun Tong's Kwong Tak constituency, claimed to have been punched by supporters of pro-Beijing rival Wilson Or. Riot police arrived and used pepper spray to separate the crowds.  Photo: Apple Daily2 month ago
Earlier on Sunday evening, pro-democracy candidate Tam Tak-chi, running in Kwun Tong's Kwong Tak constituency, claimed to have been punched by supporters of pro-Beijing rival Wilson Or. Riot police arrived and used pepper spray to separate the crowds. Photo: Apple Daily
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With polling stations for HKDCElection starting to close, the latest available turnout figures show that 2.85 million people (69% of the electorate) had voted by 9:30pm
Polls have officially closed for the 2019 District Council election at 10:30pm. Vote counting will begin shortly2 month ago
Polls have officially closed for the 2019 District Council election at 10:30pm. Vote counting will begin shortly
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Hong Kong enters final hour of polling for record-breaking district council elections
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1830 #HKDCElections turnout 60.36%, near 2.5M voted. Highest record of all elections
In Tuen Mun's Sam Shing constituency where candidate Michael Mo earlier alleged irregularities and possible intimidation, there is a moderate riot police presence. Photo: Galileo Cheng. hongkong2 month ago
In Tuen Mun's Sam Shing constituency where candidate Michael Mo earlier alleged irregularities and possible intimidation, there is a moderate riot police presence. Photo: Galileo Cheng. hongkong
Fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong. Hundreds of South Koreans took to the streets of Seoul this weekend in support of HongKongProtests2 month ago
"Fight for freedom, stand with Hong Kong." Hundreds of South Koreans took to the streets of Seoul this weekend in support of #HongKongProtests
Two protesters at PolyU have just held a press con describing the situation there on Day 7 of the police siege. They've also encouraged people to vote in DC elections today while lamenting police have deprived them of that right.2 month ago
Two protesters at PolyU have just held a press con describing the situation there on Day 7 of the police siege. They've also encouraged people to vote in DC elections today while lamenting police have deprived them of that right.
A long queue remains in the polling station of Hoi Bun at around 4pm, where OccupyHK activist Lester Shum is running against DAB's Mok Yuen-kwan and Chow Ping-tim2 month ago
A long queue remains in the polling station of Hoi Bun at around 4pm, where OccupyHK activist Lester Shum is running against DAB's Mok Yuen-kwan and Chow Ping-tim
As of 3:30pm, Tsuen Wan is the closest among the 18 HongKong districts to reaching a 50 percent aggregate turnout rate.  Unsurprisingly, the vast and sparsely-populated Outlying Islands is the district with the lowest turnout so far2 month ago
As of 3:30pm, Tsuen Wan is the closest among the 18 HongKong districts to reaching a 50 percent aggregate turnout rate. Unsurprisingly, the vast and sparsely-populated Outlying Islands is the district with the lowest turnout so far
At 3:30pm, the 2019 District Council election turnout reached 47.26 percent. This means the turnout has exceeded that of 2015, with seven hours of voting still to go. Nearly two million people have voted2 month ago
At 3:30pm, the 2019 District Council election turnout reached 47.26 percent. This means the turnout has exceeded that of 2015, with seven hours of voting still to go. Nearly two million people have voted
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A woman in Shatin's Kwong Yuen Estate told RTHK that when she went to vote at 9am, polling station staff told her she had already voted, and any further attempt to vote would not be counted. She has since filled a complaint to electoral authorities.
1.5 million people have voted in Hong Kong as of 1:30pm. There's only 4.1 million total registered voters. and the polls are still open until 10:30pm.2 month ago
1.5 million people have voted in Hong Kong as of 1:30pm. There's only 4.1 million total registered voters. and the polls are still open until 10:30pm.
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