Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

28 May 2020
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."
In less than a month before 1st anniversary of antiELAB protests, HongKong protesters gathered across districts to sing protest anthem and chant HongKongProtests' slogans. Protesters beckoned online calls to join in diff malls in order to celebrate Carrie Lam's birthday today2 week ago
In less than a month before 1st anniversary of antiELAB protests, HongKong protesters gathered across districts to sing protest anthem and chant HongKongProtests' slogans. Protesters beckoned online calls to join in diff malls in order to celebrate Carrie Lam's birthday today
Uniform police officers seal off parts of New Town Plaza in Sha Tin, after a male protester was subdued by plainclothes police. Some officers carry pepper spray projectiles. Photo: iCable News screenshot2 week ago
Uniform police officers seal off parts of New Town Plaza in Sha Tin, after a male protester was subdued by plainclothes police. Some officers carry pepper spray projectiles. Photo: iCable News screenshot
While making the arrest at New Town Plaza in Sha Tin, plainclothes police fired pepper spray twice at by-standers and journalists2 week ago
While making the arrest at New Town Plaza in Sha Tin, plainclothes police fired pepper spray twice at by-standers and journalists
Video of the arrest at New Town Plaza in Sha Tin2 week ago
Video of the arrest at New Town Plaza in Sha Tin
NewTownPlaza: Pepper spray again deployed indoors against journalists by plainclothes officers2 week ago
NewTownPlaza: Pepper spray again deployed indoors against journalists by plainclothes officers
Now in Langham Place and a five demands birthday hat is catching all the eyes2 week ago
Now in Langham Place and a five demands birthday hat is catching all the eyes
Police arrested one person outside Heytea in New Town Plaza, Sha Tin, Hongkong. Pepper spray was deployed during the arrest. Protestors called for singing in the mall to celebrate Chief Executive Carrie Lam's birthday2 week ago
Police arrested one person outside Heytea in New Town Plaza, Sha Tin, Hongkong. Pepper spray was deployed during the arrest. Protestors called for singing in the mall to celebrate Chief Executive Carrie Lam's birthday
Coronavirus – Hong Kong confirms 2 new local infections after 23 consecutive days with only imported cases
The Civil Rights Observer says it interviewed dozens protesters arrested last year and were told of widespread abuses by the police
Stand News cites two independent sources to report that a 66-year-old woman in Tsuen Wan, who did not travel out of Hong Kong for the past three months, was preliminarily positive for coronavirus - as Hong Kong is five days from virus eradication locally
.@HKDemocrats lawmaker Roy Kwong, arrested by Hong Kong Police for disorder in public place, strongly denied police allegations that he threw a bottle during HongKongProtests in MongKok last night, saying on fb he was there to buffer the conflicts between policemen & the people2 week ago
[email protected] lawmaker Roy Kwong, arrested by Hong Kong Police for disorder in public place, strongly denied police allegations that he threw a bottle during HongKongProtests in MongKok last night, saying on fb he was there to "buffer the conflicts" between policemen & the people
Independent Chinese digital outlet @inmediahk says it suffered a "," malicious denial-of-service attack against its website on Monday
Police puts Reporter in chokehold; showed symptoms of Shock & Hospitalized  A reporter from Apple Daily was subdued & put in a chokehold neck for 20+ sec by the police while filming tonight. She was placed in a cervical collar & rushed to hospital2 week ago
Police puts Reporter in chokehold; showed symptoms of Shock & Hospitalized A reporter from Apple Daily was subdued & put in a chokehold neck for 20+ sec by the police while filming tonight. She was placed in a cervical collar & rushed to hospital
Around 11pm in MK, the @HKDemocrats lawmaker RoyKwong was arrested by the HKpolice. It is unclear as to the reasons for the arrest2 week ago
Around 11pm in MK, the @HKDemocrats lawmaker RoyKwong was arrested by the HKpolice. It is unclear as to the reasons for the arrest
Live stream scenes: Dozens of journalists surrounded by police, some were shouted at and told to stop their live broadcast. Some had been pepper sprayed beforehand2 week ago
Live stream scenes: Dozens of journalists surrounded by police, some were shouted at and told to stop their live broadcast. Some had been pepper sprayed beforehand
Roy Kwong Chun-yu, Legislative Councilor, has been pushed to the ground and arrested. RTHK live video2 week ago
Roy Kwong Chun-yu, Legislative Councilor, has been pushed to the ground and arrested. RTHK live video
Amidst the chaos and in front of a dozens of police vehicles, a valiant street performer plays Glory to Hong Kong in Mong Kok2 week ago
Amidst the chaos and in front of a dozens of police vehicles, a valiant street performer plays "Glory to Hong Kong" in Mong Kok
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."
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