HongKong Liberal Party founding chairman Allen Lee has died aged 80. Chief Executive Carrie Lam has expressed her condolences

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28 May 2020
HongKong Liberal Party founding chairman Allen Lee has died aged 80. Chief Executive Carrie Lam has expressed her condolences
HongKong - Limitation on public gatherings under COVID19 will be extended until June 4, which implies that the annual June4 vigil organised by @hka8964 at Victoria Park will likely be banned. If so, it will be the first time in over 3 decades
Coronavirus – Hong Kong extends social distancing rules and public gathering restriction
Margaret Ng – in court over charges relating to two HongKongProtests – had this to say during a lawyers rally on August 7: "One of the most important things about rule of law is prosecution must not be abused, because if abused it is the most powerful instrument of oppression."
"Self autonomy does not exist anymore," said Tanya Chan when pro-democracy lawmakers meet the press after the meeting ends. "The election result has revoked Legco's previous practices, including parliament rules.Pro-establishment camp is the culprit."
Pro-Beijing lawmaker Chan Kin-por who chairs a chaotic House Committee meeting has announced that DAB Starry Lee has won the House Committee chair election, after he orderd security guards to remove pan-dem lawmakers from the meeting one after another
Pro-Beijing lawmaker Starry Lee is elected as Legco's house committee chairwoman by vote 40-nil, where pro-democracy lawmakers are either thrown out or have boycotted the voting
The remaining lawmakers - largely from the pro-Beijing camp - cast their votes in the election of the House Committee chair, as Labour Party lawmaker Fernando Cheung continues to chant "Chan Kin-por is cheating."
With only a handful of democrats left in the meeting room, the House Committee moves ahead with the election of its chair, as LegCo staff hand out ballot papers
Ray Chan of People Power is taken out of the meeting room by security
IT sector lawmaker Charles Mok is also taken out of the meeting room by security
Wu Chi-wai from the Democratic Party is taken out of the meeting room by security
Civic Party's Alvin Yeung is taken out of the meeting room by security
Democrat Claudia Mo temporarily bypasses the line of security guards to speak to Chan Kin-por, as Andrew Wan from the Democratic Party sits on the floor refusing to leave
Pro-Beijing lawmakers have started a rival chant: "Chan Kin-por, good job."
Pro-democracy lawmaker Eddie Chiu is taken out of the meeting room by security
HongKong pro-democracy lawmakers scuffle with security guards as one member of the camp after another is ordered out of a House Committee meeting. Proceedings are adjourned as Chu Hoi-dick lies injured on the floor.
American journalists in HongKong "are members of a free press, not propaganda cadres, and their valuable reporting informs Chinese citizens and the world," says @SecPompeo in a statement directed at Beijing
Earlier, protesters in a Sha Tin mall, displaying banners (on left) said by renowned lyricist Albert Leung 林夕 in a recent RTHK programme: I don't believe darkness will forever defeat light; they may kidnap your body but they can't take away your religion1 week ago
Earlier, protesters in a Sha Tin mall, displaying banners (on left) said by renowned lyricist Albert Leung 林夕 in a recent RTHK programme: "I don't believe darkness will forever defeat light; they may kidnap your body but they can't take away your religion"
Police live streaming from a protest site - complete with their own reporter providing commentary (see 2nd pic)1 week ago
Police live streaming from a protest site - complete with their own "reporter" providing commentary (see 2nd pic)
15.34 Banners hanging at New Town Plaza mall, Sha Tin: 'Don't believe that the darkness of the world will always defeat the light. Fireflies too illuminate it. Kidnappers can only take your body, not your soul.'1 week ago
15.34 Banners hanging at New Town Plaza mall, Sha Tin: 'Don't believe that the darkness of the world will always defeat the light. Fireflies too illuminate it. Kidnappers can only take your body, not your soul.'
15.24 Olympian City mall, Tai Kok Tsui: HK citizens chant protest slogans. 1 of 5 malls where protests are taking place this afternoon. Police have so far invaded 2, making 8 arrests at 1. Undercover police spotted in 41 week ago
15.24 Olympian City mall, Tai Kok Tsui: HK citizens chant protest slogans. 1 of 5 malls where protests are taking place this afternoon. Police have so far invaded 2, making 8 arrests at 1. Undercover police spotted in 4
Hong Kong protests: police warn of legal action after district councillor Lester Shum calls for revenge over death of student Chow Tsz-lok
.⁦@UN_SPExperts⁩ urge Hong Kong to drop charges against 15 prominent pro-democracy figures over their alleged involvement in last year Hong Kong Protests
A 3rd person has been arrested in Sha Tin, reportedly a young man, in the same location as the 2nd, on steps near New Town Plaza mall. Witnesses say they couldn't see anything the 2 did; they weren't even shouting slogans2 week ago
A 3rd person has been arrested in Sha Tin, reportedly a young man, in the same location as the 2nd, on steps near New Town Plaza mall. Witnesses say they couldn't see anything the 2 did; they weren't even shouting slogans
A 2nd arrest in Sha Tin this evening, this one just outside New Town Plaza mall2 week ago
A 2nd arrest in Sha Tin this evening, this one just outside New Town Plaza mall
A third video of the arrest & pepper-spraying at New Town Plaza mall in Sha Tin2 week ago
A third video of the arrest & pepper-spraying at New Town Plaza mall in Sha Tin
Crowds in Mong Kok prepared a birthday cake and sang Happy Birthday F**k You again to mark Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam's birthday2 week ago
Crowds in Mong Kok prepared a "birthday cake" and sang "Happy Birthday F**k You" again to mark Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam's birthday
A group of citizens gather at shopping mall Langham Place in Mong Kok. They shout slogans and sing songs. At least 5 malls across the city hold SingWithYou events. Most shops are closed.2 week ago
A group of citizens gather at shopping mall Langham Place in Mong Kok. They shout slogans and sing songs. At least 5 malls across the city hold SingWithYou events. Most shops are closed.
Meanwhile in Mong Kok, protesters sing the pro-democracy anthem Glory to Hong Kong.2 week ago
Meanwhile in Mong Kok, protesters sing the pro-democracy anthem "Glory to Hong Kong."
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