Map. History of China conflict

21 November 2019
2 week ago
02:47 Riot police fired more teargas along Nathan Road in Mong Kok and peppersprayed surrounding press
Democratic district counsilor candidate Richard Chan 陳振哲 was brutally arrested on Nov 2 during a peaceful election campaign assembly "I can't breathe." he said while being pressed on ground by HKPolice, with white foam at mouth
Tear gas fired while basically some cars and media left in Mong Kok2 week ago
Tear gas fired while basically some cars and media left in Mong Kok
A SCMP photographer was hit by two pepperballs. One was fortunately blocked by an item in his pocket, another hit him in the knee. While first aiders tend to him, police continue to fire teargas into Sai Yeung Choi Street in MongKok2 week ago
A SCMP photographer was hit by two pepperballs. One was fortunately blocked by an item in his pocket, another hit him in the knee. While first aiders tend to him, police continue to fire teargas into Sai Yeung Choi Street in MongKok
A woman approaching police cordon is sprayed right in the face2 week ago
A woman approaching police cordon is sprayed right in the face
Police have arrested five in a raid on a Wan Chai flat, and found 188 finished and half-completed petrol bombs, among other offensive weapons.
In Mong Kok, where clashes are   mostly centred, a roadblock is set on fire by protesters. Special tactical squad officers known as the raptors then swoop in to disperse the crowd at the junction. hongkongprotests2 week ago
In Mong Kok, where clashes are mostly centred, a roadblock is set on fire by protesters. Special tactical squad officers known as the raptors then swoop in to disperse the crowd at the junction. #hongkongprotests
Police were affected by tear gas in Wan Chai earlier on Saturday. Photo: Benjamin Yuen/United Social Press.
At 10pm, riot police are on Nathan Road in Mong Kok and Yau Ma Tei, as well as on Hennessy Road in Causeway Bay outside Hysan Place. Protesters have largely left the roads.
At least four arrests were made near Tak Shing Street as onlookers were ordered to move or risk pepper spray.  Police shone strobe lights at reporters filming the scene as a police helicopter flew overhead.2 week ago
At least four arrests were made near Tak Shing Street as onlookers were ordered to move or risk pepper spray. Police shone strobe lights at reporters filming the scene as a police helicopter flew overhead.
Police chased down protesters on Pedder Street, arresting one young male protester. A reporter standing close by was forced to show her ID. HongKongProtests Video: SCMP/Albert Han
Nathan Road has been temporarily condoned off. Over 100 riot police suddenly chase down protesters after three men were assaulted outside the mosque in the area. #HongKongProtests Video: SCMP/Mimi Lau
1823 - over a dozen people were led onto a coach by the police, presumably arrested. Two more shipped away on an ambulance. #antielab
Hundreds waving their mobile phone torch light continue to gather in Tsim Sha Tsui's Park Lane as the pro-democracy music event carries on. Most shops have been closed but numbers of civilians and pedestrians are building up slowly. #HongKongProtests Video: SCMP/Mimi Lau
The Xinhua News Agency HQ has been trashed by protesters
Four protesters are arrested at Hennessy Road after police's surprised apperance
Police threw at least three tear gas cans into crowds outside Southorn Playground at close proximity, two were thrown at a small group of people already retreating. #antielab
Tear gas fired towards sky on Johnston Road outside Southorn Playground. It took everyone a while to figure out where the pellets landed
A continuous volley of tear gas fired on Hennessy Road as protesters start to throw petrol bombs. #HongKongProtests Video: SCMP/Zoe Low
At around 5pm, police rush out of a side street in Wan Chai to pursue protesters, firing tear gas and pepper spray. Dozens of arrests have been made in Wan Chai this afternoon. #HongKong
Groups of protesters have blocked off Connaught Road Central next to the People's Liberation Army barracks and are digging up bricks. #hongkongprotests
Black-clad protesters have thrown petrol bombs on Queen's Road East in Wan Chai, and outside a hotel on Leighton Road.
Tensions escalate again in Tsim Sha Tsui after a young woman is accused of taking photos of the scene suspiciously. Marshals attempt to calm the situation.
Police have detained several young people in black in the Wanchai mtr and a furious crowd is screaming at the officers
Earlier: police fire tear gas in Causeway Bay, outside the Hysan Place shopping mall. #HongKong
Police have trapped dozens of protesters next to Southorn Playground and are in process of arresting them
The protest in Edinburgh Place at 5pm. Photo: Stand News. hongkong
Two pro-democracy candidates running in DC election, Osman Cheng and Richard Chan, have been arrested, political source says. They are among the group hosting a election meeting in Victoria Park
Connaught Road Central outside City Hall being blocked off in both directions, as police vans become visible
Invoking HongKong's strict colonial public order laws, police have banned the Central protests — which they earlier authorised — and given participants until 5:30pm to vacate the premises
A Best Mart 360 store is on fire in Causeway Bay. Radical protesters are running a campaign of arson and vandalism against businesses thought to be mainland-linked. #hongkongprotests
Lots of police vans, including a water cannon truck, arrived outside SOGO to clear protesters, but only to find that all have left. Earlier, some black-clad protesters had vandalised shops they saw as pro-China along Yee Wo Street
In Tsim Sha Tsui's Park Lane, dozens of riot police move in on a singing protest. They warn those present remove their masks or they will be arrested. #hongkongprotests
Protesters flee as the water cannon returns back to Lockhart Road and sprays water down Lee Garden Road. #HongKongProtests Video: SCMP/Zoe Low
Over in Kowloon, there are prayers and protest songs as hundreds gather - around half of them in masks - for an authorised rally on Nathan Road.2 week ago
Over in Kowloon, there are prayers and protest songs as hundreds gather - around half of them in masks - for an authorised rally on Nathan Road.
@hkpoliceforce also detained at least one district council poll candidate at Victoria Park. District council candidates are permitted under the law to hold election meetings & don't need approval if the crowd is under 50 per candidate
Protesters built barricades and lay bricks over the road in Causeway Road. Yet to confront riot police directly at this point
A blue flag is raised then rounds of tear gas fired towards a crowd in Fenwick Street, which is close to police headquarters. #hongkongprotests
A couple of black-clad protesters take a hammer to the Central MTR exit opposite Chater Garden
Police spray water cannons to disperse the crowd on Johnston Road, Wan Chai. It does not contain blue dye. Video: SCMP/Liliang Cheng
Meanwhile, a number of large banners are laid down in Central's Edinburgh Place for the authorised rally beginning 5pm. Photo: Stand News.
Police are firing tear gas into Victoria Park to disperse an election rally held by pro-democracy District Council candidates. The rally doesn't require any police arrest. At least one candidate has been arrested, according to other journalists. #antiELAB HongKongProtests
Riot police and tactical unit officers have emerged from Tsim Sha Tsui police station and walked north on Nathan Road, despite police having authorised a protest on Park Lane. #hongkong
Police water cannon and armoured vehicle arrived in causewaybay. Warning issued over the use of irritant tho the street is largely empty
Riot police fired tear gas into Victoria Park to drive protesters away from the main road
Some roadblocks are being set up by protesters at the entrances to Victoria Park. Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.
Teargas has just been fired in Causeway Bay. It is very early on in the day and there is still a large group of protesters gathering in Victoria Park. #HongKongProtests
Tear gas is fired on the interjunction between Canal Road and Hennessy Road. Photo: Apple Daily screenshot.
Another group is gathering under the Gooseneck Bridge. Black flag at Great George St
Riot police approaching Victoria Park, raising blue and yellow flags, while tear gas fired two blocks away on Hennessy Road
Protestors fully occupy Hennessy Road at this point
Hundreds have packed the Victoria Park lawn to join election meetings by pro-democracy District Council hopefuls. Chanting slogans, the plan is to gather here first, before making their way to two legal rallies in Central that start at 5pm. #HongKongProtests
Police stand guard inside the Tin Hau MTR subway station as nearby, protesters have gathered in Victoria Park
Police put on gas masks. Many shoppers also here at 3:27pm
A vehicle owner has also been arrested in Causeway Bay, reportedly after playing Glory to Hong Kong and shouting "black police". Photo: Telegram.
A planned unapproved march assembles outside Sogo Causeway Bay
Crowds flooding into Victoria Park to join election meetings by pro-democracy district council hopefuls, while riot police outside Great George St remain on standby and warn ppl they're at an illegal assembly. #HongKongProtests
About 20min ago, police blocked Great George St & raised the blue flag, but tens of thousands are streaming down the road into Victoria Park where already tens of thousands are gathered. Police still heavy presence but for backing off
Riot police pronounced the mask ban and the police commissioner's objection on the rally in Victoria Park while people kept flowing into the park, many with mask on
Crowds have nevertheless gathered around Victoria Park at 3pm. Photo: @SiuSinGallery / HKFP.
2 week ago
Chinese 'naval warship' harasses Filipino-crewed ship near Scarborough Shoal - The Chinese vessel makes the commercial ship change course to avoid the shoal & then tails it to make sure it stays away from the Chinese-controlled area in the SCS
2 week ago
Earthquake of magnitude 4.6 - Western Xizang
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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
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