Anti-Extradition Bill Protests Escalate in Hong Kong|反送中延燒 有人積極參與.有人金錢贊助
The anti-extradition protest has been ongoing for more than two months. on the night of Aug. 11, Hong Kong police fired tear gas and clashed with protesters in another night of violent confrontation as protests continued on the 10th weekend in a row.
A young protester laying on the ground with his face covered in blood. While he continued to apologize to the police, the officers pinned him to the ground as he continued to bleed.
I get it. Stop hitting. I'm sorry, I'm already under arrest.
The arrests in Causeway Bay took place as Hong Kong saw its tenth consecutive week of social unrest.
We operate in groups since we could make decisions on the fly. (Who is "we"? You mean the group up front?) Yes, though we don't know who they are.
Some local youngsters said they take part in the protests between one to three times a week, some have participated in more than 20 protests. They said they insist on going despite the possibility of sustaining injuries.
I was hit (with a tear gas canister) once, it was quite painful. (If this had happened in Taiwan), you would've been scared too. But you'd believe that you need to go out (to take part in protests) because that's my home.
These anti-extradition bill protests show no sign of ending. Protesters have adopted a flash mob pattern as they quickly gather and disperse at different locations. There is no centralized leadership, however their operations have been well organized. Pre-paid tickets have been displayed at the subway ticket machine for protesters to move quickly between different locations.
Our friends are out there, and they will be in a rush to leave (after their protest). (They don't use the Octopus Card?) No, because the card tracks where you've been traveling.
More have joined the protesters dressed in black and clashed with the police. Some residents in Causeway Bay have surrounded the police and hurled insults when officers tried to disperse the protesters.
They are normal Hong Kong citizens. Even if some residents don't take part in the protests, they still don't like it when police abuse their authority. They automatically feel a negative vibe when they see Hong Kong police. I think this is a new impression of the police.
The residents in Causeway Bay have pushed back against what they view as police overreach. In Tai Koo, the police used pepper spray to drive them away while residents continue to do what they believe is right despite the possibility of sustaining injuries.
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