Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

21 October 2020
2 week ago
Hong Kong customs seizes 15kg of liquid cocaine hidden in wine bottles at airport
Police said 69 had been arrested by 6pm. they are setting up layers of cordon line on Great George St
2 week ago
Hong Kong records 10 new Covid-19 cases as authorities clamp down on social-distancing violations at bars, restaurants ahead of holiday
Police are gathered near Tsuen Wan park amid calls to protest at dusk in the New Territories
#HongKong district councillors Fergus Leung (Central and Western) and Shun Lee (Eastern District) are among those who have been arrested
.HongKong police arbitrarily arrested 62 people in busy areas of CWB on the China's national day protest. Photo credits: SocREC
"Do not forget our people, Release the 12 HKers." People chanted in Causeway Bay, including activists Owen Chow and Lester Shum
People detained on Paterson St are turned around and have their hands tied at their back with plastic wire. It seems that police are ready to take them away
"Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution Now." Crowds chanted as they managed to gather, despite police's advancing throughout the shopping area
The slogan and the chanting have not died in HK
People are chanting Hong Kong Independence and police where quick with raising the purple banner
Chants of the protest slogan "Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of Our Times" put riot police officers incredibly on edge. They unfurled the purple flag and are setting up cordon lines
Shops are closing as police cordoned the busiest area of Causeway Bay
1525: on Paterson st, citizens are shouting "Liberate HK. Revolution of our time." , completely ignoring police's warning.
Seconds after a few protesters chanted "Liberate HongKong, Revolution of our times," police raised a purple banner to warn people could be in breach of the national security law on Great George Street in Causeway Bay
The purple flag has once again been raised as riot police advance along Great George Street. Dozens of people, including some in black t-shirts, have been stopped. The cat-and-mouse style of protest has continued for over an hour, as riot police attempt to stop the protests
Citizens continue to chant the now-banned slogan "Liberate Hong Kong, Revolution of Our Time"
A group of young HongKongers sang the Chinese national anthem in front or Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center in Wan Chai on Thursday, waving Chinese national flags, to celebrate the National Day
Hong Kong court grants activist Joshua Wong temporary release on unauthorised assembly, mask ban charges
3 week ago
Police is going to brief on arrest of 3 men for allegedly 'inciting to arson' 'inciting to public nuisance' and 'inciting to unlawful assembly' at 5.45pm. Oriental Daily reported that the arrests are related to protests on 1 October
In Hong Kong, people who are investigated include: -a reporter for being too "aggressive" in her questioning -teachers who question the government -a student who used a protest slogan as his Zoom icon People who aren't investigated include: -the police
HongKong's Centre for Health Protection reported one case of Covid19 on Saturday. The new case had a travel history during the incubation period, meaning there were no locally transmitted cases reported
A 23-year old HongKong student and his 49-year-old mother were arrested by @hkpoliceforce on Thursday for "suspicion of selling offensive weapons" as well as having "online posts promoting the use of violence to win independence from China
Hong Kong police refuse to allow mass march, citing Covid-19 restrictions and threat of 'violent acts'
Trump cuts aid for pro-democracy groups via Open Technology Fund (OTF) in Belarus, Hong Kong and Iran
Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong has been arrested when he reported to Central Police Station at about 1 pm, according to @joshuawongcf's Twitter account 黃之鋒 香港
Joshua is arrested when reporting to Central Police Station at about 1pm today. The arrest is related to participating in an unauthorized assembly on 5Oct last year. He is told to have violated the draconian anti-mask law as well
Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong has lost his attempt to overturn last year's election ban - and he says conservative judges are to blame
Press freedom watchdog @RSF_inter said in a statement that the new guidelines represented "unacceptable discrimination towards journalists
1/ The @chrf_hk has applied for a police letter of no-objection for a march from Causeway Bay to Central on October 1 - National Day. #Covid19 social distancing guidelines are still set to be in place
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