Map. History of China conflict

20 September 2019
HK Police: walking around Hong Kong tomorrow may result in arrest, if we suspect that you are actually engaged in protest
Said allegation that they timed the arrests was wrong. "Making arrest today doesn't make any implications basically". Police said they were simply enforcing laws, and declined to address if more young political leaders would be round up
2 week ago
Hong Kong Police say today's arrests have no implications other than it marks the end of sufficient evidence gathering #HongKongProtests
Pro-democracy group Demosisto says bail has been granted to activists Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow who were arrested earlier today following the ongoing protests in Hong Kong
Legislator Cheng Chung-tai, of the localist Civic Passion party has been arrested, according to reports. Unclear what he's been charged with
2 week ago
And more arrests: Sha Tin district councillor Rick Hui for obstructing a police officer in the execution of his duty. And Althea Suen, ex-head of HKU student union, for damaging property, and entering and remaining in LegCo chamber
Social activist Wong Yeung-tat has said pro-democracy lawmaker Cheng Chung-tai has been arrested. Wong has added Cheng has been brought to Tin Shui Wai Police Station. Reason: unknown2 week ago
Social activist Wong Yeung-tat has said pro-democracy lawmaker Cheng Chung-tai has been arrested. Wong has added Cheng has been brought to Tin Shui Wai Police Station. Reason: unknown
Hong Kong police arrested at least 3 prominent activists ahead of a sensitive political anniversary on Saturday
Prominent Hong Kong democracy activists are arrested in a dragnet as protesters plan to rally this weekend in defiance of a police ban: Joshua Wong, Andy Chan, Agnes Chow
Joshua Wong, the @demosisto secretary-general, "was pushed into a private car on the street at 7.30am and escorted to the Wan Chai police headquarters, according to his party colleague @nathanlawkc"
3 week ago
[email protected]: our Secretary-general @joshuawongcf was just arrested this morning at roughly 7:30, when he was walking to the South Horizons MTR station. He was forcefully pushed into a private minivan on the street in broad daylight. Our lawyers following the case now
Video of China Tanks and Troops entering HongKong on routine rotation.  Protests have continued, week 133 week ago
Video of China Tanks and Troops entering HongKong on "routine rotation." Protests have continued, week 13
3 week ago
Xinhua's photos showed that the PLA garrison had changed its armoured vehicles, of which it has about 50,from Type 092, the military version,to WJ-03B, the model used by armed police. The changes suggest the garrison is ready for anti-riot missions
3 week ago
"Let's see what the end product is," adds @POTUS. China
3 week ago
Trade talks with China scheduled for today "at a different level," @POTUS tells @foxnewsradio
3 week ago
Eight-page supplement (from the Communist Party of China) inside today's @washingtonpost (owned by @amazon billionaire @JeffBezos)
Second attack on march organizers today. 7.27 Yuen Long march organizer Max Chung (in pic) was attacked by 4 South Asian men with metal poles and umbrellas when he was doing an intv with TMHK in Tai Po. The reporter was also beaten when he tried to stop the assailants. PC: TMHK3 week ago
Second attack on march organizers today. 7.27 Yuen Long march organizer Max Chung (in pic) was attacked by 4 South Asian men with metal poles and umbrellas when he was doing an intv with TMHK in Tai Po. The reporter was also beaten when he tried to stop the assailants. PC: TMHK
3 week ago
Chinese military vehicles come into Hong Kong before dawn. Xinhua reports this is part of a routine annual rotation and notes this has happened 21 times before since 1997
Policeman who pointed shotgun at Hong Kong protesters is among 10 officers invited to attend Beijing celebrations for 70th anniversary of People's Republic of China
3 week ago
China and Russia building up and modernizing their forces to challenge the US, according to @EsperDoD
MeToo on the Jue Board Road opened the way for the ambulance. Equal Opportunities Women jointly held a rally in Chater Garden on the theme of "Prosecution of Police Sexual Violence to Defend the Dignity of Hong Kong People" and condemned the Hong Kong Police for law enforcement in name and humiliation. In a series of arrests or searches, women and men were treated unequally. . Before the end of the rally, a total of 30,000 people were announced: Benjamin Yuen @ USP
3 week ago
[email protected]: So interesting to read and see all of the free and interesting advice I am getting on China, from people who have tried to handle it before and failed miserably - In fact, they got taken to the cleaners. We are doing very well with China. This has never happened to them before
A pro-Beijing group is urging the HongKong administration to follow the French government example and bring in a law to ban face masks during protests
3 week ago
China has denied USNavy's warship call in the port city of Qingdao in recent days
3 week ago
[email protected] approved $50 Million Grant to Chinese Gov as an investment in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region
3 week ago
Riot police in Sham Shui Po disperse anti-government protest
00:51 at Sham Shui Po:  Local residents are still gathering on the street, and police didn't seems to care probably because they have made 5 arrests already.3 week ago
00:51 at Sham Shui Po: Local residents are still gathering on the street, and police didn't seems to care probably because they have made 5 arrests already.
SecDef Esper: "we have to continue to fly, sail and operate wherever international rules allow freedom of navigation, for both military and commercial operations. Whether it's the strait of Hormuz or the Malacca strait."
3 week ago
Two face charges in Hong Kong court over Sunday's clash with police
3 week ago
If they don't make a deal "it's going to be very bad for China," says @POTUS
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