Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

13 May 2021
Taiwanese cheering in support of the Hong Kong people at Taiwan's rally today against the infiltration of China's media into Taiwan's media1 year ago
Taiwanese cheering in support of the Hong Kong people at Taiwan's rally today against the infiltration of China's media into Taiwan's media
Black-clad protesters gather in Hong Kong to demand the withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill.
Hundreds converge on Hong Kong parliament in fresh anti-government demonstration
Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam reiterates there is no timetable for extradition bill
Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang says the protests are "not in line with the mainstream public opinion in Hong Kong."
Thousands of protesters surrounding the HK leader Carrie Lam's office - not giving up in calling for her step down and to completely withdraw the controversial #extraditionbill
Joshua Wong: Hello world and hello freedom. I have just been released from prison. GO HONG KONG.. Withdraw the extradition bill. Carrie Lam step down. Drop all political prosecutions.
3:50am. Hundreds of protesters remain outside Hong Kong parliament, blocking key roads into downtown. They have the streets to themselves. Police presence minimal
2:54am: Seems slightly emptier than before. Still lots of upbeat chatter, though many are trying to sleep.
Representatives of Civil Human Rights Front address crowd (in Cantonese, Mandarin and English). Announce their crowd count of 2 million and 1 (for the deceased protester yesterday).
The Civil Human Rights Front said 'almost' two million people marched in today's rally, which would be Hong Kong's biggest demonstration ever.
Organisers have announced a turnout estimate of "close to two million," nearly doubling that of last Sunday's rally and making it the largest protest in Hong Kong's history. Police have yet to release their figure.
9:25pm HKT - 7 hours since the march started - the crowd isn't growing any thinner. protesters are demanding withdrawal of bill, carrie lam resignation and not to charge any students for "riot."
US President Trump to discuss Hong Kong protests with Xi at G20: Pompeo
21:07, crowds still arriving at Admiralty. Some visit Harcourt Rd, some carry straight on to Central.
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam apologises as crowds occupy roads demanding she resign over extradition debacle
An angry crowd of young protestors have gathered outside the Hong Kong Chief Executive's office. They're calling the policemen dogs (and worse) and calling on the CE to resign. But not a riot shield in sight.
Harcourt Rd at 19.32
Protesters, who have occupied Harcourt Road, light the major thoroughfare with their mobile phones, yelling: "Withdraw."
The crowd at Harcourt Road keeps growing after marchers occupied it, causing traffic to grind to a halt. It was a key stronghold during 2014's Occupy movement and last week's protest #extraditionbill Photo: @hkchrislau
Harcourt Road occupied #AntiELAB
The view from above Hennessey Road now. #notochinaextradition #hongkong
More aerials by @appledaily_hk; the entire Hennessey Road and all of the parallel side streets absolutely flooded with people #反送中 #ExtraditionBill #AntiELAB
HongKong June 16, 2019. There are multiple streets parallel to this that are packed with protestors too.
#NoChinaExtradition protesters at Admiralty
"Do not shoot - we are Hongkongers." HongKong protesters are carrying parodies of the police warning banners, which are usually displayed before tear gas or pepper spray is deployed. #notochinaextradition Photo: @KongTsungGan
A look at the scale of today's march as protesters flood Wan Chai and Admiralty as they head to the Central Government Complex #extraditionbill
Nothing but a sea of people outside @hkpoliceforce HQ, where one of the most popular chants is 'black police.'
Huge Hong Kong rally kicks off as public anger boils.
Unable to reach the memorial site due to overcrowding, people are leaving tributes to the #notochinaextradition protester who fell to his death along the road in Admiralty.
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