Map. History of China conflict

9 December 2019
There are reports of police units roaming the History and Science Musems to detect any firing of arrows. Further to the outskirts of the Polytechnic University, there are reports of police stopping and searching vehicles to halt any supplies. Photo: Viola Kam / USP
Video shows protesters throwing petrol bombs from the roof of a building at the Polytechnic University. Video: SCMP/Albert Han3 week ago
Video shows protesters throwing petrol bombs from the roof of a building at the Polytechnic University. Video: SCMP/Albert Han
Rounds of tear gas have been fired in Mong Kok3 week ago
Rounds of tear gas have been fired in Mong Kok
Kowloon Tong's City University has ordered its students to leave all dormitories by 4pm, claiming that water supplies have been contaminated.3 week ago
Kowloon Tong's City University has ordered its students to leave all dormitories by 4pm, claiming that water supplies have been contaminated.
Around 30 young protesters sit in one corner of the Polytechnic University campus in Hung Hom, manufacturing petrol bombs while others cart them away to the frontline. Video: SCMP/Albert Han3 week ago
Around 30 young protesters sit in one corner of the Polytechnic University campus in Hung Hom, manufacturing petrol bombs while others cart them away to the frontline. Video: SCMP/Albert Han
Protesters are using home-made catapults to shoot petrol bombs at the water cannon and two armoured vehicles near to Polytechnic University, almost hitting the vehicles3 week ago
Protesters are using home-made catapults to shoot petrol bombs at the water cannon and two armoured vehicles near to Polytechnic University, almost hitting the vehicles
Reports suggest that police have tested the use of an LRAD - a device emitting sound waves to cause dizziness to people on the scene - at Polytechnic University. Photo: CityUSU screenshot3 week ago
Reports suggest that police have tested the use of an LRAD - a device emitting sound waves to cause dizziness to people on the scene - at Polytechnic University. Photo: CityUSU screenshot
Two police water cannons again sprayed blue dye at protesters outside the Polytechnic University, who responded by throwing petrol bombs. The two vehicles, however, are not advancing through the protesters' defence line. Video: SCMP/Phila Siu3 week ago
Two police water cannons again sprayed blue dye at protesters outside the Polytechnic University, who responded by throwing petrol bombs. The two vehicles, however, are not advancing through the protesters' defence line. Video: SCMP/Phila Siu
Some protesters are moving to the other side of campus, where rumour has it that pro-Beijing supporters are gearing up.  There are still over 100 stationed in the area where police fired water cannon with blue dye earlier3 week ago
Some protesters are moving to the other side of campus, where rumour has it that pro-Beijing supporters are gearing up. There are still over 100 stationed in the area where police fired water cannon with blue dye earlier
Police say through a loudspeaker that protesters must stop putting metal spikes on the ground, adding that the force is filming their actions. Spikes have constantly been used by protesters to pierce police vehicles' tyres3 week ago
Police say through a loudspeaker that protesters must stop putting metal spikes on the ground, adding that the force is filming their actions. Spikes have constantly been used by protesters to pierce police vehicles' tyres
Out for the LRAD. It was raised on one vehicle earlier, they might be considering using this today3 week ago
Out for the LRAD. It was raised on one vehicle earlier, they might be considering using this today
From @hkgetv telegram- Toxic level of cyanide can be detected in PolyU. The meter could only measure up to 30 ppm. The level of cyanide detected was so high that the meter overloaded3 week ago
From @hkgetv telegram- Toxic level of cyanide can be detected in PolyU. The meter could only measure up to 30 ppm. The level of cyanide detected was so high that the meter overloaded
By 11:45pm, protesters have retreated inside the Polytechnic University campus, as police fire tear gas into the grounds. It remains unclear whether police will storm the campus.  Photo: RTHK screenshot.3 week ago
By 11:45pm, protesters have retreated inside the Polytechnic University campus, as police fire tear gas into the grounds. It remains unclear whether police will storm the campus. Photo: RTHK screenshot.
Police are  shooting teargas from a different direction, on AustinRd, toward protester barricades at the intersection of ChathamRdS & CheongWanRd. Police on CRS have come up to the intersection & protesters have backed away down CWR. Police  very near protester frontline3 week ago
Police are shooting teargas from a different direction, on AustinRd, toward protester barricades at the intersection of ChathamRdS & CheongWanRd. Police on CRS have come up to the intersection & protesters have backed away down CWR. Police very near protester frontline
After a brief retreat for 30 minutes, riot police have advanced towards the Polytechnic University again, firing large amounts of tear gas on Science Museum Road. Photo: iCable screenshot.
Barricades are being cleared at Renfrew Road outside Baptist University.  Reports state that a group of men have emerged out of the nearby Chinese army barracks to help the clearing.  Photo: HKFP.3 week ago
Barricades are being cleared at Renfrew Road outside Baptist University. Reports state that a group of men have emerged out of the nearby Chinese army barracks to help the clearing. Photo: HKFP.
Dozens of what appear to be PLA soldiers are out on the streets of Kowloon Tong - running around with buckets and picking up bricks left in the streets by protesters3 week ago
Dozens of what appear to be PLA soldiers are out on the streets of Kowloon Tong - running around with buckets and picking up bricks left in the streets by protesters
Crowds clear barricades erected by Hong Kong protesters at the University of Hong Kong at Pok Fu Lam
The HKU operation was led by a woman who initially told Apple Daily she was a Southern District resident organising a group of mothers. She later admitted she was District Council candidate Maxine Yao, from Executive Councillor Ronny Tong's Path of Democracy party.
Outside @HKUniversity those barriers are coming down and roads cleared by local residents and supporters rallies by local pro-BJ politicians
Hong Kong pride parade, actually a rally and carnival, kicks off in Edinburgh Place. "Equal justice, equal rights" are the theme
This part of PolyU overlooking the cross harbor tunnel being strategically manned with various barricades and makeshift weapons, also they have very comfy sofas here, comfortable view of the blocked tunnel
Protesters are extending the blockade on Nathan Road in Mong Kok. A spray-paint message on a wood board reads: When the system is changed, I will love China.3 week ago
Protesters are extending the blockade on Nathan Road in Mong Kok. A spray-paint message on a wood board reads: "When the system is changed, I will love China."
The MTR Corporation said services will end at 10pm on Saturday. The rail giant says University station is closed "due to severe damage", and a train there was previously set on fire
3 week ago
As of 10pm, 14 people have been injured amid the protests and sent to hospitals. Among them, one man is in critical condition. Sources say he suffered a head injury after being hit by bricks
After protesters left, citizens entered CUHK to collect and remove usable materials
Firefighters extinguish the fire on Nathan road after a third explosion is heard from the flames. Video: SCMP/Karen Zhang3 week ago
Firefighters extinguish the fire on Nathan road after a third explosion is heard from the flames. Video: SCMP/Karen Zhang
Some Chinese University protesters say they are heading to Polytechnic University in Hung Hom. Another small group say they will head to other districts in the city
After police leave Nathan road, hundreds of protesters began building barricades again near Shantung Street. They put bricks under fences to make it hard for water cannon trucks and armoured vehicles to pass, according to one protester.  Video: SCMP/Karen Zhang3 week ago
After police leave Nathan road, hundreds of protesters began building barricades again near Shantung Street. They put bricks under fences to make it hard for water cannon trucks and armoured vehicles to pass, according to one protester. Video: SCMP/Karen Zhang
The view from the ground in Mong Kok, where police have fired tear gas3 week ago
The view from the ground in Mong Kok, where police have fired tear gas
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