Map. History of China conflict

21 November 2019
2 week ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - Western Xizang
U.S. Navy Officer, His Wife, and Two Chinese Nationals Charged with Conspiring to Smuggle Military Style Inflatable Boats and Evinrude Military Outboard Motors to China
The Edinburgh Place and Chater Garden rallies are respectively being held to support the US's HongKong Human Rights and Democracy Act, and to fold paper cranes, per their organisers. Photo: Stand News. #hongkongprotests
Police have just announced 249 arrests since Monday 10/28, the highest number so far for a non-weekend/holiday period. That would bring the total number of protest arrests since 6/9 to 3,195
China says will 'improve' way Hong Kong leader is selected to 'safeguard national security'
Another standstill at Lyndhurst Terrance, and a smiling officer when 2 "Avatar" cosplayer walked towards them #antiELAB
On the same day as a HK court granted a temp injunction against online messages inciting violence, the CCP's 4th plenum released a communique mentioning the establishment & strengthening of national security laws in Hong Kong & Macau
Before pepper spray and tear gas were used in Central, a young girl was arrested on Pedder St. Make up with Joker style red lips were seen when her face was later visible among jungle of riot police
.@StandNewsHK: In the park opposite Allied Plaza in Prince Edward, a social worker was beaten by police until his head was bleeding. When people asked why the police were hitting him, officers immediately pepper sprayed them, as well as a Stand reporter.2 week ago
[email protected]: In the park opposite Allied Plaza in Prince Edward, a social worker was beaten by police until his head was bleeding. When people asked why the police were hitting him, officers immediately pepper sprayed them, as well as a Stand reporter.
Riot police enter nightlife district Lan Kwai Fong. They say people can drink but they have to behave orderly.
Watch closely, some riot police appeared to be picking up empty tear gas canister after rounds of firing on the largely empty Des Veoux Road W without showing black flag in advance
Police fire tear gas on Queens Road Central, and the crowd begins to disperse, inexplicably to the strains of Lionel Richie
Police fire tear gas in Central at around 10pm, in an attempt to clear revellers and protesters from the business and entertainment district. #HongKong
Police fire pepper balls as they clear people from Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mong Kok.  Video: SCMP/Chris Lau2 week ago
Police fire pepper balls as they clear people from Sai Yeung Choi Street South, Mong Kok. Video: SCMP/Chris Lau
There is a barricade on barrier at the junction of Dundas Street, Nathan Road, Mong Kok. (9:24 PM)2 week ago
There is a barricade on barrier at the junction of Dundas Street, Nathan Road, Mong Kok. (9:24 PM)
Bank staff who identified himself as Ng is sprayed in the face by police with pepper after being accused of breaching social peace at Arygle Street, Mong Kok.  Nothing they do is reasonable, he says.  Video: SCMP/Chris Lau2 week ago
Bank staff who identified himself as Ng is sprayed in the face by police with pepper after being accused of breaching social peace at Arygle Street, Mong Kok. "Nothing they do is reasonable," he says. Video: SCMP/Chris Lau
Pepper spray deployed on Pedder St towards the end of this round of jostling between riot police and a protester dressed up as heroine in Maleficent
2 week ago
[email protected]: China and the USA are working on selecting a new site for signing of Phase One of Trade Agreement, about 60% of total deal, after APEC in Chile was canceled do to unrelated circumstances. The new location will be announced soon. President Xi and President Trump will do signing
Riot police with shield form a cordon, blocking revellers from entering D'Aguilar Street.
20:38 multiple rounds of teargas fired outside MK station.2 week ago
20:38 multiple rounds of teargas fired outside MK station.
Masked protesters march through Wanchai at 8:15pm.
Police in causewaybay pulled the black flag for tear gas out. Not raised it yet. #halloween2019
[email protected]'s officially shut down the entrances of LanKwaiFong, city's fav celeb spot for Halloween.
Tonight's Halloween masks protest. People gathers in Victoria Park on their way to Lan Kwai Fong. Most of them said to me "Hong Kong officials are scarier than ghosts" #HongKongProtests
A crowd is gathering at the entrance to Lan Kwai Fong.
More rounds of tear gas were fired. Passersby and protesters ran towards Mong Kok direction  Nathan Road2 week ago
More rounds of tear gas were fired. Passersby and protesters ran towards Mong Kok direction Nathan Road
A line of marshals and riot police, whose faces were covered by black bandanas, have blocked off the one-way sloped entrance to bars in Lan Kwai Fong. This was met by jeers of revelers in Halloween costumes who shouted anti-police slogans
Police inside Central MTR Station
The section of Nathan Road outside Prince Edward MTR station is where we most often see some of the most enduring antiELAB protesters  Police fire a small number of tear gas rounds in the immediate vicinity of the police station, but protesters will only move back slightly2 week ago
The section of Nathan Road outside Prince Edward MTR station is where we most often see some of the most enduring antiELAB protesters Police fire a small number of tear gas rounds in the immediate vicinity of the police station, but protesters will only move back slightly
Protesters have retreated to Nathan Road, keeping some distance from the police2 week ago
Protesters have retreated to Nathan Road, keeping some distance from the police
Hong Kong court grants interim injunction to stop online users from publishing any material deemed to be promoting or inciting violence
More police arriving in this busy shopping district
Local residents gather at outside a closed Prince Edward MTR Station. They are marking two months since the police stormed the station, closed the facility, and beat and arrested passengers - leading to various rumours.2 week ago
Local residents gather at outside a closed Prince Edward MTR Station. They are marking two months since the police stormed the station, closed the facility, and beat and arrested passengers - leading to various rumours.
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