Map. History of China conflict

9 December 2019
Shots of the PLA troops inside their base - as seen thru binoculars from a high perch inside PolyU - with riot shields, helmets, marching four strong, while chanting loudly HongKongProtests2 week ago
Shots of the PLA troops inside their base - as seen thru binoculars from a high perch inside PolyU - with riot shields, helmets, marching four strong, while chanting loudly #HongKongProtests
Clip @jamespomfret shot for @Reuters showing at least 60 PLA troops in full riot gear drilling in an inner courtyard in Gun Club Hill barracks, a stone's throw from PolyU - suggesting an unprecedented level of preparedness amid the current protests HongKongProtests2 week ago
Clip @jamespomfret shot for @Reuters showing at least 60 PLA troops in full riot gear drilling in an inner courtyard in Gun Club Hill barracks, a stone's throw from PolyU - suggesting an unprecedented level of preparedness amid the current protests #HongKongProtests
Former CIA officer Jerry Chun Shing Lee has been sentenced to nearly two decades in federal prison for conspiring to spy for China. "Lee sold out his country," a U.S. attorney said in response to his sentencing
On Saturday, Hendrick Lui - a non-affiliated pro-democracy district council candidate running in North District's Shing Fuk - was arrested after questioning riot police and government workers removing posters from a local Lennon Wall.  Photo: Hendrick Lui  Facebook2 week ago
On Saturday, Hendrick Lui - a non-affiliated pro-democracy district council candidate running in North District's Shing Fuk - was arrested after questioning riot police and government workers removing posters from a local "Lennon Wall". Photo: Hendrick Lui Facebook
Decaying food scraps, dirty clothes and dangerous materials are strewn around inside the PolyU as the siege enters sixth day.2 week ago
Decaying food scraps, dirty clothes and dangerous materials are strewn around inside the PolyU as the siege enters sixth day.
15 prominent Uighur activists around the world have released a video in solidarity with Hong Kong protesters
15 prominent Uighur activists around the world have released a video in solidarity with Hong Kong protesters
Trump: "If it weren't for me, thousands of people would have been killed in Hong Kong." He says Xi is only not killing thousands of people and implementing a "police state" because Trump is telling him not to ruin their trade talks
Trump: "We have to stand with Hong Kong, but I'm also standing with President Xi."
"If it weren't for me, Hong Kong would have been obliterated in 14 minutes," says @POTUS claiming pressure from him deterred China President Xi from launching a military crackdown
.⁦@SiuSinGallery⁩ just got unconditionally released for her arrest last month - asking for police warrant card
@icablenews has filed complaints to the Hong Kong Police against "violent treatment" of its 23 journalists & news workers, such as being throw tear gas canisters, sprayed by water cannon & pepper sprayed. First media org to file complaints collectively in HongKong
On day 6 of the siege of polyu saw about a dozen protesters escape through a manhole into the sewer system this am. That's how desperate they are to leave2 week ago
On day 6 of the siege of polyu saw about a dozen protesters escape through a manhole into the sewer system this am. That's how desperate they are to leave
High Court reinstates the mask ban for the following seven days, despite finding it unconstitutional earlier. The ban was legislated by Hong Kong embattled leader, Carrie Lam, in Oct through invoking the colonial-era Emergency Regulations Ordinance.
#HongKong Govt partially wins its bid in asking the High Court to suspend the declaration of unconstitutionality of the #AntiMaskLaw for a week, pending appeal
Masked arsonists set fire to The EpochTimes' printing press in Hong Kong, CCTV footage shows
Chinese President Xi Jinping says there needs to be equality in a trade deal with the U.S., otherwise is "not afraid" to fight a trade war.
Yuen Long. Stand News reporter gets harassed by HKPolice, who gets ticked off when he suggests to use English to tell foreign reporters to leave.  They shine a strobe light to his face and says he's provoking them.2 week ago
Yuen Long. Stand News reporter gets harassed by HKPolice, who gets ticked off when he suggests to use English to tell foreign reporters to leave. They shine a strobe light to his face and says he's provoking them.
Six more people left PolyU during the night, walking hand in hand through the main exit to be arrested by police. Over the course of yesterday, about 20 left in all. Dozens are estimated to remain on  the sixth day of the police siege of the campus2 week ago
Six more people left PolyU during the night, walking hand in hand through the main exit to be arrested by police. Over the course of yesterday, about 20 left in all. Dozens are estimated to remain on the sixth day of the police siege of the campus
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Apple Daily reports that some of those who left PolyU without arrest but with their ID details recorded were detained when they tried to leave Hong Kong Their lawyer called it unreasonable to impose travel restrictions on someone who hadn't been arrested
The HongKong HumanRights and Democracy Act is enrolled by @SpeakerPelosi
Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce has expressed concern over the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act.
China demands that Donald Trump veto bills on HongKong, saying Beijing will definitely take strong countermeasures if the US "continues to make the wrong moves"
The VA Student Canteen is a regular gathering place for protesters who remain at PolyU.   Volunteer chefs have been serving food, which has continued to Thursday despite the police siege.  Video: HKFP.2 week ago
The VA Student Canteen is a regular gathering place for protesters who remain at PolyU. Volunteer chefs have been serving food, which has continued to Thursday despite the police siege. Video: HKFP.
One protestor leaves the campus at Polytechnic University escorted by police2 week ago
One protestor leaves the campus at Polytechnic University escorted by police
China expresses willingness to respond firmly to US draft law on supporting Hong Kong protesters
Armed robbers target mainland visitors at currency exchange, make off with HK$10 million in Tsim Sha Tsui attack
Spoke to some hardcore frontline protesters aged 16, 17 & 20. They said they'd rather get shot & die than get arrested, bc you don't know what you'd face. They joked that if the police threatened to shoot (live rounds), they'd point to their foreheads & ask for them to aim there2 week ago
Spoke to some hardcore frontline protesters aged 16, 17 & 20. They said they'd rather get shot & die than get arrested, bc you don't know what you'd face. They joked that if the police threatened to shoot (live rounds), they'd point to their foreheads & ask for them to aim there
Workers are cleaning up Hong Kong's PolyU campus. Volunteers urged by China's liaison office are also helping to clear the nearby Cross-Harbour Tunnel entrance — although most take photos rather than remove debris.2 week ago
Workers are cleaning up Hong Kong's PolyU campus. Volunteers urged by China's liaison office are also helping to clear the nearby Cross-Harbour Tunnel entrance — although most take photos rather than remove debris.
According to @StandNewsHK, this 16-year-old, accompanied by Bishop Joseph Ha, surrendered himself to the police this morning (Nov 20) after staying at @HongKongPolyU for six days. He told that he is also a Catholic and that he was moved by Bishop Ha.2 week ago
According to @StandNewsHK, this 16-year-old, accompanied by Bishop Joseph Ha, surrendered himself to the police this morning (Nov 20) after staying at @HongKongPolyU for six days. He told that he is also a Catholic and that he was moved by Bishop Ha.
Hong Kong Department of Justice asks High Court to suspend ruling that anti-mask law is unconstitutional – as it scrambles to defend the legislation
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