Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

20 September 2019
00:15 A whole train of riot police spotted at Tseung Kwan O stn, going towards PoLam direction2 week ago
00:15 A whole train of riot police spotted at Tseung Kwan O stn, going towards PoLam direction
The crowd has concerned a station officer to question him about why the Po Lam MTR Station was closed on August 31. The crowd was angry because he left before earlier despite saying he would answer questions2 week ago
The crowd has concerned a station officer to question him about why the Po Lam MTR Station was closed on August 31. The crowd was angry because he left before earlier despite saying he would answer questions
Po Lam station The riot police arrived at 0:00, and several men were detained at the station. (0:00 AM)2 week ago
Po Lam station The riot police arrived at 0:00, and several men were detained at the station. (0:00 AM)
Cars passing by the Mongkok police station honk their horns to show support to antiELAB protesters gathering there.   HongKongProtests2 week ago
Cars passing by the Mongkok police station honk their horns to show support to antiELAB protesters gathering there. #HongKongProtests
In Po Lam station, a group of people have gathered and chanted slogans. They also encourage people not to pay for the trips. The MTR station is playing the court injunction order2 week ago
In Po Lam station, a group of people have gathered and chanted slogans. They also encourage people not to pay for the trips. The MTR station is playing the court injunction order
[email protected]: "The U.S. and the international community must make clear to Chinese leaders and power brokers that their aggression toward Hong Kong risks swift, severe and lasting consequences."
Immediate response from an admin of one of the most followed telegram channel for HK protests: "If we accept the government's deal, our friends who have died will never forgive us."
Carrie Lam says government will formally withdraw the extradition bill. Two new commissioners for IPCC. Promises that investigation will examine Yuen Long attacks and police brutality. No concession on other demands
In a video message, Finally, Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam has back down and announces the formal withdrawal of the extradition bill after almost three months of Hong Kong Protests, but still refused to set up an independent inquiry into alleged police brutality
Carrie Lam: The bill is suspended. No Commission of Investigation, only IPCC. No legal procedure "stance of rioting". No pardoning. antiELAB ExtraditionLaw HongKongProtests
Carrie Lam making TV speech now #antiELAB
HK police spox just compared protests to an infectious disease with no quick cure, "spreading across the city and poisoning the minds of young people." Latest arrest is 1,183 people since June 9th
An online poll asks, Once Lam withdraws the bill, where to go 1) all five demands must be met-90% 2) problems are deeply entrenched but I'm tired of fighting-4% 3) goal reached, we can stop-2% 4) other-4%
2 week ago
John Slosar resigns as Chairman of Cathay Pacific after 39 years. Mr. Patrick Healy to succeed Mr. Slosar as Chairman of Cathay Pacific.Comes from Swire Coca Cola.
Joshua Wong: Initial response to Carrie Lam: 1. Too little and too late — Carrie Lam's response comes after 7 lives sacrificed, more than 1,200 protestors arrested, in which many are mistreated in police station
Joshua Wong: Carrie Lam's repeated failure in understanding the situation has made this announcement completely out of touch - She needs to address to ALL Five Demands: STOP PROSECUTION, STOP CALLING US RIOTERS, INDEPENDENT INQUIRY OF POLICE and FREE ELECTION
In today's update @hkpoliceforce say they have arrested 1,183 people since June 9, when this protest movement began
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam to announce formal withdrawal of the extradition bill
Pro-Beijing figures to meet CE at 4pm
Hong Kong local media reporting there could be an important announcement after 4pm local time (2 hours from now). Speculation it could be formal withdrawal of the extradition bill.
Another restless night in Prince Edward. First aider told Apple Daily that police refused to uncuff suspect believed to have suffered spinal injuries for treatment. hongkongprotests2 week ago
Another restless night in Prince Edward. First aider told Apple Daily that police refused to uncuff suspect believed to have suffered spinal injuries for treatment. #hongkongprotests
Some tried to first aid the youngster being subdued with force by Hong Kong Police, but the youngster had no movement at all2 week ago
Some tried to first aid the youngster being subdued with force by Hong Kong Police, but the youngster had no movement at all
2 week ago
23:40 The Apple Daily reporter on the live says 15 mins ago the police fired at least 5 shots to disperse the crowd near the Mong Kok Police Station
Reporting that 5 shots were fired at Exit B because people were putting up barricades. Meanwhile, after 2.5hrs, police are removing arrestees from the bus in Ngau Tau Kok. Pictured here is the third arrestee to be removed2 week ago
Reporting that 5 shots were fired at Exit B because people were putting up barricades. Meanwhile, after 2.5hrs, police are removing arrestees from the bus in Ngau Tau Kok. Pictured here is the third arrestee to be removed
Mong Kok: An eyewitness says the person on the ground (there's just one) turned white after six police 'pressed down' on him. The person looks to be not moving. The police look worried2 week ago
Mong Kok: An eyewitness says the person on the ground (there's just one) turned white after six police 'pressed down' on him. The person looks to be not moving. The police look worried
Police have just used pepperspray in MTR station near Mong Kok police station. They were surrounded by a large crowd condemning them. In the corner, the police have 1, maybe 2 people subdued on the ground and requiring medical assistance. Pepperspray and baton blows scattered the crowd2 week ago
Police have just used pepperspray in MTR station near Mong Kok police station. They were surrounded by a large crowd condemning them. In the corner, the police have 1, maybe 2 people subdued on the ground and requiring medical assistance. Pepperspray and baton blows scattered the crowd
At both Wong Tai Sin and Ngau Tau Kok, large numbers of residents have gathered to criticize police actions: 'Black policemen, black policemen.' Police have notified them their assembly is unlawful and warned them to leave. So far, none have. Bus search on-going- appear to be quite a few detained2 week ago
At both Wong Tai Sin and Ngau Tau Kok, large numbers of residents have gathered to criticize police actions: 'Black policemen, black policemen.' Police have notified them their assembly is unlawful and warned them to leave. So far, none have. Bus search on-going- appear to be quite a few detained
Tuen Mun residents marching from Tuen Mun West Rail Station to Yau Oi Estate for memorial of 16yr old jumped to death after quarrel with parents on politics. Some throw glass bottle from upstairs antiELAB ExtraditionLaw HongKongProtests2 week ago
Tuen Mun residents marching from Tuen Mun West Rail Station to Yau Oi Estate for memorial of 16yr old jumped to death after quarrel with parents on politics. Some throw glass bottle from upstairs antiELAB ExtraditionLaw HongKongProtests
Stand reporter asking this police officer for his ID card. Why do you want to see my identification card?  Reporter: Citizens have a right to see ID card.  Police: You are making an unreasonable request. HongKongProtests2 week ago
Stand reporter asking this police officer for his ID card. "Why do you want to see my identification card?" Reporter: "Citizens have a right to see ID card." Police: "You are making an unreasonable request." #HongKongProtests
At 21:26, HKPF suddenly decided that they wanted to board a bus to arrest protestors. They shooed journalists off while demanded all passengers place their hands on their heads while they searched every passenger. Source: TG antiELAB2 week ago
At 21:26, HKPF suddenly decided that they wanted to board a bus to arrest protestors. They shooed journalists off while demanded all passengers place their hands on their heads while they searched every passenger. Source: TG #antiELAB
21:45 Some arrests at Wong Tai sin Centre mall. Residents shout gangsters at the police. Plain clothes cop asks journalists What the f. are you filming?2 week ago
21:45 Some arrests at Wong Tai sin Centre mall. Residents shout "gangsters" at the police. Plain clothes cop asks journalists "What the f. are you filming?"
21:59 Outside Wong Tai Sin Plaza, police are being criticized for bringing guns and violence. A man was furious and heard asking, there are kids here, you know2 week ago
21:59 Outside Wong Tai Sin Plaza, police are being criticized for bringing guns and violence. A man was furious and heard asking," there are kids here, you know"
Tensions grew at night when protesters emerged in different parts of HK to target a police station in Mong Kok and block a main road in Wong Tai Sin.  Those in WTS fled towards Lam Tin  a bus. But when they arrived Kowloon Bay, wanted to got off a bus, police came. antiELAB2 week ago
Tensions grew at night when protesters emerged in different parts of HK to target a police station in Mong Kok and block a main road in Wong Tai Sin. Those in WTS fled towards Lam Tin a bus. But when they arrived Kowloon Bay, wanted to got off a bus, police came. #antiELAB
Police is using loud speaker to officially warn angry onlookers that they are taking part in an 'unlawful assembly' and would be arrested if they do not disperse, citing Public Order Ordinance and the up-to-five-years imprisonment. Onlookers keep chanting 'triad' at police2 week ago
Police is using loud speaker to officially warn angry onlookers that they are taking part in an 'unlawful assembly' and would be arrested if they do not disperse, citing Public Order Ordinance and the up-to-five-years imprisonment. Onlookers keep chanting 'triad' at police
HongKong: Live @appledaily_hk feed from Prince Edward shows crowds playing anti-police music with  loud speaker gather outside police station, while at one moment officers were seen from 2f of police station, aiming a gun at crowds standing on the other side of the road. antielab2 week ago
HongKong: Live @appledaily_hk feed from Prince Edward shows crowds playing anti-police music with loud speaker gather outside police station, while at one moment officers were seen from 2f of police station, aiming a gun at crowds standing on the other side of the road. #antielab
The crowd at Tamar Park is getting larger and larger as people are finishing from work. Today is the 2nd day of general strike happening in Hong Kong
HK pro-democracy lawmakers from Civic Party joint letter to US Congress and Senate leaders urging swift passage of he HK Human Rights and Democracy Act 2019
Lithuania summons Chinese envoy over Hong Kong incident
2 week ago
Most of 60+ protesters arrested in Prince Edward station on Aug31 have been granted police bail, three legal sources say. That is except two charged for possession of weapons
Police PR head John Tse (L) said it is hard to tell between protesters and reporters sometimes. Citing they have also found fake press passes. This came after a NOW TV cameraman was pushed by an officer and fell last night. antielab2 week ago
Police PR head John Tse (L) said it is hard to tell between protesters and reporters sometimes. Citing they have also found fake press passes. This came after a NOW TV cameraman was pushed by an officer and fell last night. #antielab
Taiwan president @iingwen notably used the Lennon Wall design (a key form of expression used by HongKong-ers during antielab) in her tweet. We solemnly urge the Beijing authorities to honor their commitment to allow Hong Kong a high degree of autonomy2 week ago
Taiwan president @iingwen notably used the Lennon Wall design (a key form of expression used by HongKong-ers during antielab) in her tweet. "We solemnly urge the Beijing authorities to honor their commitment to allow Hong Kong a high degree of autonomy"
2 week ago
Hong Kong activist Joshua Wong visits Taiwan to meet with the president's ruling party, just days after Taipei denied playing a role in the city's unrest
HKMAO on Q about use of army: "It is completely wrong to interpret the use of PLA in Hong Kong - be it a request of the HK gov or decision from central gov to use national law to the city in a state of emergency - as an end of the One Country, Two Systems"
Beijing Presser on HK Situation - official define radical and violent protesters as separatists: "a small number of rioters have proven to the public with their criminal deeds that their purpose has nothing to do with the extradition bill"
Australia's top diplomat offers support to Hong Kong protesters, wants 'rights and freedoms upheld'
Young high school students in Shek Kip Mei formed a human chain this morning to carry on antielab HongKongProtests, including some who managed to connect  holding a pen in between.  Photo  @StandNewsHK2 week ago
Young high school students in Shek Kip Mei formed a human chain this morning to carry on antielab HongKongProtests, including some who managed to connect holding a pen in between. Photo @StandNewsHK
2 week ago
Hong Kong pro-democracy party @Demosisto says its chairman Ivan Lam has been detained at the airport
Lam says she's "very disappointed" her comments to business leaders were recorded and passed to the media
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