Human chain formed by secondary school students and alumnus in Causeway Bay

Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

6 June 2020
16:35, Causeway Bay. The police block Jardine Street and Hennessy Road to build an adult human chain.9 month ago
16:35, Causeway Bay. The police block Jardine Street and Hennessy Road "to build an adult human chain."
9 month ago
157 people, including 125 male and 32 female, with the youngest aged 14, were arrested since Friday - @hkpoliceforce said
At the 4pm daily news conference, some journalists are wearing full gear to protest against police's actions9 month ago
At the 4pm daily news conference, some journalists are wearing full gear to protest against police's actions
A moving human chain around CityU. HongKongProtests9 month ago
A moving human chain around CityU. #HongKongProtests
HK secondary student human chain protests: Students and alumni of Carmel Pak U Secondary in Tai Po, in solidarity with students and alumni arrested in recent protests9 month ago
HK secondary student human chain protests: Students and alumni of Carmel Pak U Secondary in Tai Po, in solidarity with students and alumni arrested in recent protests
Carrie Lam inspects Central station after facilities were vandalised ytd alongside MTR's Adi Lau, Jacob Kam and transport minsiter Frank Chan9 month ago
Carrie Lam inspects Central station after facilities were vandalised ytd alongside MTR's Adi Lau, Jacob Kam and transport minsiter Frank Chan
Human chain formed by secondary school students and alumnus in Causeway Bay9 month ago
Human chain formed by secondary school students and alumnus in Causeway Bay
Timelapse: Students and other protesters formed a human chain in Sai Ying Pun this morning, separating and clearing the crosswalk whenever the light turned green  Hongkongprotests antielab hongkong9 month ago
Timelapse: Students and other protesters formed a human chain in Sai Ying Pun this morning, separating and clearing the crosswalk whenever the light turned green Hongkongprotests antielab hongkong
9 month ago
A 25-year-old from Shenzhen crossed the border to join HongKong protests, then wrote essays about them online. Last month, he was detained for 10 days, threatened and made to sing "There is no new China without the Communist Party," he says
Five demands, not one less.9 month ago
"Five demands, not one less."
Still a lot of people arriving while chanting inside Central Station antiELAB9 month ago
Still a lot of people arriving while chanting inside Central Station #antiELAB
Police displayed black flag in the middle channel of Murray Building and Champion Building. (3:05 PM)9 month ago
Police displayed black flag in the middle channel of Murray Building and Champion Building. (3:05 PM)
Pass the act, Free Hong Kong, thousands of protesters shouted. antiELABhk9 month ago
"Pass the act, Free Hong Kong," thousands of protesters shouted. #antiELABhk
Large crowds today in Central attending a rally in support of the passage of the HK Human Rights and Democracy Act by the U.S. Congress, which, if passed, would require U.S. gov't to review the degree to which HongKong's autonomy has been eroded every year9 month ago
Large crowds today in Central attending a rally in support of the passage of the HK Human Rights and Democracy Act by the U.S. Congress, which, if passed, would require U.S. gov't to review "the degree to which HongKong's autonomy has been eroded" every year
HongKong Press Photographers Association issued statement condemning police for pepper spraying reporters when no protesters were present in the vicinity. A photo provided by a member shows the police aiming at a journalist. 8 were hit and two sprayed directly in the face9 month ago
#HongKong Press Photographers Association issued statement condemning police for pepper spraying reporters when no protesters were present in the vicinity. A photo provided by a member shows the police aiming at a journalist. 8 were hit and two sprayed directly in the face
At 2am, with all the protestors gone, a tiny group of press and onlookers remained at Mongkok police station.9 month ago
At 2am, with all the protestors gone, a tiny group of press and onlookers remained at Mongkok police station.
[23:50 Tai Po] A young boy was beaten by several police officers. A police rescuer did not seem to have made any progress after the first aid. At this point, the police officers and the MTR staff communicated and then stopped.9 month ago
[23:50 Tai Po] A young boy was beaten by several police officers. A police rescuer did not seem to have made any progress after the first aid. At this point, the police officers and the MTR staff communicated and then stopped.
The last photo shows police pepper sprayed a group of journalists when they moved back on the pavement per police's request9 month ago
The last photo shows police pepper sprayed a group of journalists when they moved back on the pavement per police's request
Tai Po Market Station saw some violent police actions after protesters damaged ticket gates there. This clip by CUHK Campus Radio9 month ago
Tai Po Market Station saw some violent police actions after protesters damaged ticket gates there. This clip by CUHK Campus Radio
Mong Kok police station was targeted after several smaller protests ended. Officers charged down Nathan Road, quickly clearing crowds.  HongKongProtests9 month ago
Mong Kok police station was targeted after several smaller protests ended. Officers charged down Nathan Road, quickly clearing crowds. #HongKongProtests
Protests broke out across Kowloon and the New Territories on Saturday night as parts of four MTR stations were vandalised.  Photo: HKFPInMediahk.9 month ago
Protests broke out across Kowloon and the New Territories on Saturday night as parts of four MTR stations were vandalised. Photo: HKFPInMediahk.
9 month ago
A Union officer was arrested in Sha Tin. The organisation said it strongly condemned unreasonable arrests and violence against workers of the social and political sectors.
Photo of police deploying pepper spray against an HKFP journalist who had retreated to the pavement as requested. Courtesy of @initiumnews9 month ago
Photo of police deploying pepper spray against an HKFP journalist who had retreated to the pavement as requested. Courtesy of @initiumnews
A man caught smoking in Tseung Kwan O station allegedly hit a woman, and others retaliated by hitting him on the head. When he was sent to hospital, others confronted police, and another man was held to the ground.9 month ago
A man caught smoking in Tseung Kwan O station allegedly hit a woman, and others retaliated by hitting him on the head. When he was sent to hospital, others confronted police, and another man was held to the ground.
HongKong police pepper-sprayed a group of journalists in Mong Kok - including an HKFP reporter - whilst pushing them away from an area where arrests were taking place9 month ago
HongKong police pepper-sprayed a group of journalists in Mong Kok - including an HKFP reporter - whilst pushing them away from an area where arrests were taking place
On Nathan Road in Mong Kok, where hundreds have gathered in a stand-off with officers outside a police station, the elite Raptors have formed a line  HongKongProtests9 month ago
On Nathan Road in Mong Kok, where hundreds have gathered in a stand-off with officers outside a police station, the elite Raptors have formed a line #HongKongProtests
Protesters have started a fire outside Mong Kok Police Station, but fire engines swoop in to put out the flames9 month ago
Protesters have started a fire outside Mong Kok Police Station, but fire engines swoop in to put out the flames
As night falls, there are still 200 people outside Prince Edward station, demanding that the MTR release CCTV footage of what happened on August 31. Over in Kowloon Bay, there are still almost 100 protesters in Telford Plaza9 month ago
As night falls, there are still 200 people outside Prince Edward station, demanding that the MTR release CCTV footage of what happened on August 31. Over in Kowloon Bay, there are still almost 100 protesters in Telford Plaza
At New Town Plaza in Sha Tin, dozens have surrounded a pillar to read printed slogans and put up messages of support for protesters  HongKongProtests9 month ago
At New Town Plaza in Sha Tin, dozens have surrounded a pillar to read printed slogans and put up messages of support for protesters #HongKongProtests
Telford plaza: string of loud and powerful chants by a group of protesters, mostly young people. antiELAB9 month ago
Telford plaza: string of loud and powerful chants by a group of protesters, mostly young people. #antiELAB
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