Map. History of Hong Kong conflict

15 November 2019
On the new injunction against disclosing info of police and their families, Civic Party's Alvin Yeung questioned how will people know they are dealing with an officer if they wear no identification. #antielab
Civic Party leader Alvin Yeung says he thinks the interim injunction to ban people from doxxing police officers will deal a blow to press freedom and strip society of the power to scrutinise and disclose police brutality
China strongly criticizes US Vice President's remarks on developments in Hong Kong
The High Court granted an interim injunction prohibiting the public from disclosing personal information of police officers and their families
Images from this morning's 'walk to work' protests between TsimShaTsui & MongKok. Others occurred in Central, KowloonBay & CausewayBay. This new kind of protest is meant to combine daily life & civil disobedience (the masks).
Students formed a human chain outside the annual inter-school swimming competition today, wearing masks & chanting protest slogans. One school group said they had been warned by organisers against shouting political slogans during races. From Stand News
HK police have filed an injunction application to bar anyone from disclosing personal details, including names, of police officers, auxiliary officers and their family amid concerns of doxxing. Anyone who has done it is asked to withdraw the information
Turnout at Chater Garden for the Catalonia solidarity rally has peaked at a few hundred people. The rally was the subject of intense debate online as to whether showing support for Catalonia would dent support for Hong Kong protesters internationally
3 week ago
Hong Kong police deny service dog harmed by tear gas at protest
Beijing has denied that it is planning to replace Carrie Lam in Hong Kong, calling the Financial Times report a "political rumour with ulterior motives"
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen says Taiwan will deal with the release of Chan Tong-kai, the Hong Kong murder suspect who killed his girlfriend in Taiwan3 week ago
Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen says Taiwan "will deal with" the release of Chan Tong-kai, the Hong Kong murder suspect who killed his girlfriend in Taiwan
Meanwhile on the Island side, hundreds of ppl form human chains outside the UK Consulate, chanting slogans like "Save BNOs; Save our kids". The rally is meant to support the upcoming debate at the #HouseofLords regarding to offering British citizenship to #HongKongers
3 week ago
Taiwanese media reporting HK murder suspect Chan Tong-Kai boarded a 20:10 flight to Taipei
"I announce the official withdrawal of the [extradition] bill," security minister John Lee. The speech only lasted for 1 min 40s
Almost all of the HongKong Govt's ministers have gone inside the Legco chamber, as security minister John Lee is due to officially withdraw the ExtraditionBill shortly in the parliament building #HongKongProtests
3 week ago
Taiwan MFA: Our government requested judicial cooperation to bring Chan to justice but Carrie Lam refused. We want to send law enforcement officers to HongKong, & bring the suspect & evidence back to Taiwan for trial. Lam refused again. What a shame
Six officers equipped with anti-riot gear, one of which with a police dog, have been stationed at Pik Uk Prison in Clearwater Bay. Chan Tong-kai, who is wanted by Taiwan, is expected to be released at 9 am. @singtaodaily says he'll be transported to a safe house. antiELAB3 week ago
Six officers equipped with anti-riot gear, one of which with a police dog, have been stationed at Pik Uk Prison in Clearwater Bay. Chan Tong-kai, who is wanted by Taiwan, is expected to be released at 9 am. @singtaodaily says he'll be transported to a safe house. antiELAB
Chan Tong-kai walks out of Pik Uk Prison accompanied by Reverend Peter Koon3 week ago
Chan Tong-kai walks out of Pik Uk Prison accompanied by Reverend Peter Koon
Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council said it heard no substantial response from HK govt about proposal to let Taiwanese officers bring murder suspect Chan Tong-Kai back to Taipei tomorrow. MAC said Taiwan govt had already shown utmost sincerity and effort.3 week ago
Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council said it heard no "substantial response" from HK govt about proposal to let Taiwanese officers bring murder suspect Chan Tong-Kai back to Taipei tomorrow. MAC said Taiwan govt had already shown utmost sincerity and effort.
Taiwan Mainland Affairs Council made a new offer, asking HK to allow TW police/prosecutors coming to HK and bring Chan Tong-kai back. It also urged HK to hand over all relevant confession testimonies to TW authorities3 week ago
Taiwan Mainland Affairs Council made a new offer, asking HK to allow TW police/prosecutors coming to HK and bring Chan Tong-kai back. It also urged HK to hand over all relevant confession testimonies to TW authorities
Philip Khan, Jeremy Tam, Mohan Chugani and Phyllis Cheung are lodging a formal complaint against police abusing the water cannon at the Kowloon Masjid on Sunday to the police3 week ago
Philip Khan, Jeremy Tam, Mohan Chugani and Phyllis Cheung are lodging a formal complaint against police abusing the water cannon at the Kowloon Masjid on Sunday to the police
HongKong's Legislative Council held its first meeting on Tuesday morning to "vet" the mask ban enacted earlier this month through the Chief Executive's emergency powers. Photo: LegCo screenshot.
3 week ago
After 10 pm only Airport Express will travel to Hong Kong and airport stations, other MTR lines closing at 10pm
More tear gas is fired in Yuen Long near midnight. Meanwhile, a police dog is brought onto the scene. Photo: RTHK screenshot.3 week ago
More tear gas is fired in Yuen Long near midnight. Meanwhile, a police dog is brought onto the scene. Photo: RTHK screenshot.
At least 3 more arrests in Yuen Long, here 1 of them. About 15 in all there tonight and at least 6 elsewhere3 week ago
At least 3 more arrests in Yuen Long, here 1 of them. About 15 in all there tonight and at least 6 elsewhere
Police are conducting stop and searches in Tai Wai at 11pm. Crowds had gathered at the local MTR station to mark three months since the July 21 Yuen Long mob attacks over the evening.  Go to the mosque. some protesters heckle.  Photo: Stand News screenshot.3 week ago
Police are conducting stop and searches in Tai Wai at 11pm. Crowds had gathered at the local MTR station to mark three months since the July 21 Yuen Long mob attacks over the evening. "Go to the mosque." some protesters heckle. Photo: Stand News screenshot.
After residents in Yuen Long shouted insults at police, the police fired multiple rounds of tear gas to disperse them.3 week ago
After residents in Yuen Long shouted insults at police, the police fired multiple rounds of tear gas to disperse them.
Riot police continue to march through Yuen Long, heckled by residents, as it nears midnight. Dozens of tear gas cannisters were fired near 11pm.  Photo: Stand News screenshot.3 week ago
Riot police continue to march through Yuen Long, heckled by residents, as it nears midnight. Dozens of tear gas cannisters were fired near 11pm. Photo: Stand News screenshot.
United Social Press reported some of the tear gas cannisters fired in Yuen Long on Monday night emmitted small flames as they landed on the ground. Police earlier admitted they began purchasing canisters made in China.  Photo: USP.3 week ago
United Social Press reported some of the tear gas cannisters fired in Yuen Long on Monday night emmitted small flames as they landed on the ground. Police earlier admitted they began purchasing canisters made in China. Photo: USP.
Even in places with almost no protesters, police are turning out in riot gear. This is outside Tai Wai MTR. They're heckled by local residents. Most places in HK they receive a similar response. They're detested by a large portion of the population3 week ago
Even in places with almost no protesters, police are turning out in riot gear. This is outside Tai Wai MTR. They're heckled by local residents. Most places in HK they receive a similar response. They're detested by a large portion of the population
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