Map. History of China conflict

18 October 2019
Carrie Lam took to Facebook to field questions from Hongkongers a day after her policy address, although most comments surrounded the unrest in the city
MTR announced it would not carry any election ads related to district council polls due to political controversies and conflicts - another first.15 hour ago
MTR announced it would not carry any election ads related to district council polls due to "political controversies and conflicts" - another first.
High-resolution satellite images reveal extensive work under way on China's aircraft carrier 'factory'
22 hour ago
Black clothing exports to Hong Kong from China banned amid #HongKongProtests
US says it will require China diplomats to report contacts with American educators, researchers, gov't officials
CHRF's Jimmy Sham in hospital after bloody attack. CHRF Vice-Convenor Eric Lai just texted, He could speak when he was there. @CBSNews HK producer says attackers maybe of South Asian descent, often recruited by triads in past to do dirty work.1 day ago
CHRF's Jimmy Sham in hospital after bloody attack. CHRF Vice-Convenor Eric Lai just texted, "He could speak when he was there." @CBSNews HK producer says attackers maybe of South Asian descent, often recruited by triads in past to do "dirty work."
1 day ago
Civil Human Rights Front convenor Jimmy Sham has been attacked by several people in Tai Kok Tsui. Rather gruesome images being circulated online. He's running in district council election in Sha Tin
.@chrf_hk's Jimmy Shan is once again attacked by unknown assailants. Pictures on Telegram showed him collapsed on the side walk and his arms are covered by blood. Incident happened around 7:40 pm, and assailants are allegedly 4 to 5 Asians covering their heads1 day ago
[email protected]_hk's Jimmy Shan is once again attacked by unknown assailants. Pictures on Telegram showed him collapsed on the side walk and his arms are covered by blood. Incident happened around 7:40 pm, and assailants are allegedly 4 to 5 Asians covering their heads
A @StandNewsHK reporter asked Lam if she identified children who were arrested as "rioters who only wanted to damage HK." Lam said she never said these young people were all rioters, and hoped the face mask ban could "help parents persuade them from engaging in such fierce acts"
LeBron James says he's turning his focus from China to a championship
Small protest underway at Pacific Place, the mall next to legislative council
Hundreds show up at Southorn Playground in Wanchai district for "Stand with HK Basketball Night"
Syria-China urges Turkey to stop military action and return to "right track"
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam says she expects police to submit full report to coroner on death of 15-year-old girl, that has triggered violence and conspiracy theories
An 18-year-old protester who allegedly used a cutter to attack a Hong Kong Police officer in Kwun Tong on Sunday is charged with wounding with intent, and he will appear in Eastern Court this afternoon.
Hong Kong's Lady Liberty statue vandalised after being installed atop Lion Rock
Suspension of Airport Express and Tung Chung Line services in response to public activities in Central District
Weapons drawn at Airport Express3 day ago
Weapons drawn at Airport Express
Police just arrived in Central out of nowhere
The entrance to the airport express is blocked to traffic by makeshift barriers3 day ago
The entrance to the airport express is blocked to traffic by makeshift barriers
21:30: citizens are chanting "five demands"
Organiser said 130,000 people attended the HK Human Rights and Democracy Act rally
With the crowd in Central so big & unable to get into Chater Garden, the Hong Kong Protesters decided to march around it as part of their protest
Looking west down Queen's Rd. Protesters are still backing up, moving away from Chater Garden, to make room for more people.
Thousands of people attending the HKHumanRightsandDemocracyAct rally in Central. This is the crowd outside the HSBC building (and shuttered China Construction Bank branch) in Central HongKong
A sea of mobile phone lights at Chater Garden, as crowds shout English slogans such as "fight for freedom, stand with HongKong". Most are wearing masks in spite of the emergency law banning them. Photo: Stand News
Central packed with people going to the rally. Chater Garden where the event took place is full, roads and spaces nearby are full, ppl still rushing into the area hoping to join the rally calling on the US Congress to pass #HKHumanRightsandDemocracyAct
All the roads around Chater Garden are piled with protestors for hongkong #humanrightsanddemocracyact
A sea of US flags at Chater Garden as thousands spill over onto the nearby roads. Monday marks the first protest approved by the police since a mask ban enacted through emergency laws. Photo: HKFP
Chater Garden in the heart of #HongKong is filled to the max as people are still pouring in to attend the rally to urge USCongress to pass HongKongHumanRightsAndDemocracyAct. @SenTedCruz from TX and @HawleyMO from MO are expected to also attend
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