Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

28 May 2020
In statement on Sunday afternoon, police said protesters had "held banners, chanted slogans and breached public peace. Police entered several shopping malls to enforce the law because the force received reports from citizens."
13yo reporter whom police earlier detained & interrogated in Harbour City mall, Tsim Sha Tsui has been taken onto a police van at 18.05
Police are still aiming their pepper ball & rubber bullet rifles at shoppers in MOKO though the situation has calmed considerably.2 week ago
Police are still aiming their pepper ball & rubber bullet rifles at shoppers in MOKO though the situation has calmed considerably.
Police ticketed 4 at Cityplaza, Tai Koo for violating social distancing rules though limit is 8. 3 are family, 1 was alone. 1 ticketed in Tsim Sha Tsui. In all, 124 suspected protesters ticketed since Apr 21 when police started the practice but we'll probably hear of more today
Police entered the Harbour City mall in Tsim Sha Tsui at around 4.15 pm to clear crowds who gathered to sing protest songs and chant slogans
According to a 13-year-old reporter from Student Depth Media was stopped by police at Harbour City in Tsim Sha Tsui, mocked for his height and told to "f**k off home."
At 16.47 police entered the atrium at apm mall in Kwun Tong. The only mall with no report of police invading yet is Times Square in Causeway Bay2 week ago
At 16.47 police entered the atrium at apm mall in Kwun Tong. The only mall with no report of police invading yet is Times Square in Causeway Bay
One reported arrested in MOKO mall, here pinned to the ground2 week ago
One reported arrested in MOKO mall, here pinned to the ground
Video of police firing pepper ball rifle in MOKO mall.2 week ago
Video of police firing pepper ball rifle in MOKO mall.
Police announces everyone in Harbour City is confined by Cap 599G Prohibition of Group Gathering Ord for the mall is "Public space"
TST - Police was leaving but made a U-turn after onlookers heckled them. Police urging people inside the mall to leave
'Sing with You' protests are happening in malls across HongKong, although a heavy police presence appears to have stopped a planned pro-independence march in Jordan before it begun
Crowds gathered in Causeway Bay's Times Square to chant slogans including "No rioters, only tyranny" and "Release arrested protesters," as dozens of police stood outside. It came amid online calls to "Sing with you" in at least ten shopping malls across the city. HongKong
The original 2pm protest on Sunday was cancelled after police refused to give approval. However, demonstrators spontaneously chanted slogans in malls at 3pn, with some calls online to stage a pro-independence protest
Hong Kong reports no new coronavirus cases on Saturday, making it almost three weeks since the city has seen a locally-infected case
This was Peel Street in Hong Kong last night.
Two more Hong Kong police officers arrested over 'ice' drug case
The HongKong police say they are "highly concerned" after officers were arrested this week for alleged drugs offences, as well as for allegedly assaulting homeless people
Pro democracy lawmaker Roy Kwong is dragged out of legislativecouncil chamber while shouting: "Starry Lee is an eternal sinner" at the pro-Beijing lawmaker who seized control of a committee, sparking scuffles between the two sides
FTU lawmaker Luk Chung-hung accused the pan-democrats are "siding with property hegemony". Property sector lawmaker Abraham Shek rebuked "there is no such thing as property hegemony..Shame on you."
Dennis Kwok said to Starry Lee: "We need to end this meeting as soon as possible. This is not a meeting from the beginning."
As one pan-democrat after another is carried out of Legco's chaotic House Committee meeting, security guards are struggling to stop some of them from forcing their way back in. HongKong
[email protected] chair Wu Chi-wai is removed from the conference room as committee members take turn to speak.
Andrew Wan of @HKDemocrats hurts his back when he's expelled from the house committee meeting
"Starry Lee, out." Pro-democracy lawmakers chanted back while the house committee meeting carries on
Rival presiding member @cpdenniskwok said that he wants it on the record that he warned Starry Lee she has no power to preside over the meeting and asked her to leave, but his direction was ignored by LegCo security staff Lee retorted that Kwok has no power to eject any members
A HongKong legislative House Committee meeting on Friday descended into chaos as lawmakers from opposing sides vied for control of the floor
Chaos at Hong Kong's legislature as lawmakers battle for control of committee as democrats ejected @creery_j @holongsze HongKong
Noon protest at IFC mall leads to tussle, fines
Police crackdown on protesters and journalists in IFC mall for singing the Hong Kong anthem "Glory in Hong Kong" Tension mounts before sensitive anniversaries to come: June 4, June 10, July 1 and September elections
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