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聽人講佢地去完愛丁堡之後又行山喎,你出咗門口未啊?

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
聽人講佢地去完愛丁堡之後又行山喎,你出咗門口未啊? 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
今晚八點,中環愛丁堡廣場G20集會,出咗門口未啊你?

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
今晚八點,中環愛丁堡廣場G20集會,出咗門口未啊你? 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
As the world is looking forward to the trade deal negotiations between China and the United States at G20 Osaka Summit 2019 this Thursday and Friday (28th and 29th June), Hong Kongers are currently grasping any opportunities to express their concerns, with regards to the series of events occured due to the proposed Extradition Bill, before the G20 meeting.

The Chinese Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs, Zhang Jun, declared on Monday (24th June) that the Chinese government “would not allow the issues of Hong Kong to be brought up at the G20 summit”. 

In fact, it has been common for the Chinese government to denounce attempts of discussing domestic affairs at global forums in order to avoid foreign intervention. Likewise, the Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, added on last Wednesday (19th June) that, “[W]e want to say this loudly: Pull back the black hand you have shown. Hong Kong is China's domestic affair. You shouldn't interfere in Hong Kong," 

Meanwhile, as mentioned, Hong Kongers are trying to have their concerns raised and addressed at G20 by different means. Andy Chan Ho-tin, a Hong Kong pro-independence political activist, announced on Facebook that he will be joining a protest organised by Free Indo-Pacific Alliance (FIPA)  in Osaka. FIPA is an organisation that aims to strive for human rights and freedom of the ‘Indo-Pacific’ population in face of the threat posed by the ‘expansionist and authoritarian tactics of China’. 

In hopes of making the anti-Extradition Bill an issue to be highlighted at G20, the general public has initiated a fundraising campaign on GoGetFunding to seek for publicity around the globe. Within hours, a sum of HK$5 million was gathered through crowdfunding.

There was a protest of 1500 people to foreign embassies in Hong Kong today (26th June). The Civil Human Rights Front has organised the G20 Free Hong Kong Assembly at 8pm at Edinburgh Place, Central. It is said that if the government does not withdraw charges against the protesters on the 12 June, further actions would be taken by the protesters tomorrow (27th June). 

#antiELAB #hongkong #送中
#送中條例 #逃犯條例
#noextradition
As the world is looking forward to the trade deal negotiations between China and the United States at G20 Osaka Summit 2019 this Thursday and Friday (28th and 29th June), Hong Kongers are currently grasping any opportunities to express their concerns, with regards to the series of events occured due to the proposed Extradition Bill, before the G20 meeting.  The Chinese Assistant Minister of Foreign Affairs, Zhang Jun, declared on Monday (24th June) that the Chinese government “would not allow the issues of Hong Kong to be brought up at the G20 summit”.   In fact, it has been common for the Chinese government to denounce attempts of discussing domestic affairs at global forums in order to avoid foreign intervention. Likewise, the Chinese Foreign Minister, Wang Yi, added on last Wednesday (19th June) that, “[W]e want to say this loudly: Pull back the black hand you have shown. Hong Kong is China's domestic affair. You shouldn't interfere in Hong Kong,"   Meanwhile, as mentioned, Hong Kongers are trying to have their concerns raised and addressed at G20 by different means. Andy Chan Ho-tin, a Hong Kong pro-independence political activist, announced on Facebook that he will be joining a protest organised by Free Indo-Pacific Alliance (FIPA) in Osaka. FIPA is an organisation that aims to strive for human rights and freedom of the ‘Indo-Pacific’ population in face of the threat posed by the ‘expansionist and authoritarian tactics of China’.   In hopes of making the anti-Extradition Bill an issue to be highlighted at G20, the general public has initiated a fundraising campaign on GoGetFunding to seek for publicity around the globe. Within hours, a sum of HK$5 million was gathered through crowdfunding.  There was a protest of 1500 people to foreign embassies in Hong Kong today (26th June). The Civil Human Rights Front has organised the G20 Free Hong Kong Assembly at 8pm at Edinburgh Place, Central. It is said that if the government does not withdraw charges against the protesters on the 12 June, further actions would be taken by the protesters tomorrow (27th June).   #antiELAB #hongkong #送中 #送中條例 #逃犯條例 #noextradition
Ok guys: real talk 
I just want to take the opportunity to commemorate 5.18 and enlighten you with some knowledge/awareness. 
These images recall the Democratisation Movement (1980) in South Korea that resulted in bloodshed and endless suffering; and most importantly— a blemish in Korean history that can never be erased. Many still deny this, while others are too fixated on today’s Korean pop culture, but the reality of the matter remains.

When i visited Gwangju, the fact that the streets were deserted gave me an eerie feeling, but at the same time, i felt very honoured to have stood where the inspiring movement took place. I have also met the most amazing people there who are extremely passionate in their advocacy for democracy. This experience moved me and changed the way i see the world. 
Between this and the current events of HK, I can’t help but draw parallels of the two. Extradition or not, I am so proud of what we have achieved as a collective unit. Hongkongers have gone the extra mile and more with such heroism. Much love to Gwangju, and to my city HK. ✊

#democracy #fightforhongkong #gwangjuuprising #gwangju
Ok guys: real talk I just want to take the opportunity to commemorate 5.18 and enlighten you with some knowledge/awareness. These images recall the Democratisation Movement (1980) in South Korea that resulted in bloodshed and endless suffering; and most importantly— a blemish in Korean history that can never be erased. Many still deny this, while others are too fixated on today’s Korean pop culture, but the reality of the matter remains. When i visited Gwangju, the fact that the streets were deserted gave me an eerie feeling, but at the same time, i felt very honoured to have stood where the inspiring movement took place. I have also met the most amazing people there who are extremely passionate in their advocacy for democracy. This experience moved me and changed the way i see the world. Between this and the current events of HK, I can’t help but draw parallels of the two. Extradition or not, I am so proud of what we have achieved as a collective unit. Hongkongers have gone the extra mile and more with such heroism. Much love to Gwangju, and to my city HK. ✊ #democracy #fightforhongkong #gwangjuuprising #gwangju
行完山就去野餐,各位今晚再見!

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
行完山就去野餐,各位今晚再見! 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
一陣見!

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
一陣見! 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
約實你朝早九點鐘,遮打花園見。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
約實你朝早九點鐘,遮打花園見。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
請願路線地圖出咗喇,請得save低佢,聽日攞返出嚟睇啊。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
請願路線地圖出咗喇,請得save低佢,聽日攞返出嚟睇啊。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
想得到自由係需要付出代價,亦都唔係一朝一夕嘅事。

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不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
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#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
想得到自由係需要付出代價,亦都唔係一朝一夕嘅事。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
係,又係626,因為真係好重要!朝早去唔到嘅就考慮下夜晚啦!

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不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
係,又係626,因為真係好重要!朝早去唔到嘅就考慮下夜晚啦! 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
清脆俐落👽
好耐冇填補下皮膚表層上既空虛
THANK YOU MOFO TATTOO💉
#我決定我的快樂🖤
#香港加油💪🏻
#ink#tattoo#makemehappy#fightforhongkong#tattoogirl#hk
清脆俐落👽 好耐冇填補下皮膚表層上既空虛 THANK YOU MOFO TATTOO💉 #我決定我的快樂🖤 #香港加油💪🏻 #ink#tattoo#makemehappy#fightforhongkong#tattoogirl#hk
626,0900,遮打花園,約定你。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
626,0900,遮打花園,約定你。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
記得記得記得,626,約實你。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
記得記得記得,626,約實你。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
你咁快想放棄嗱?有無諗過其實一直都有好多人支持緊我地?喺香港嘅你係咪應該更加出多一分力,咁樣先對得住所有人,對得住自己?
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「雖然我地人唔喺香港 但我地一直都好關心香港情況 好想出一分力幫手 就算知道遠水不能救近火 但我地仍然一直都有喺呢到搞唔同嘅集會 希望可以同香港共同進退

而我地琴日又再召集咗一班好關心香港嘅人一齊喺巿中心靜站抗議 一嚟想將香港嘅事畀更多人知道 二嚟亦想聲援香港 想畀佢地(同你地!)知道喺唔同嘅地方仍然有好多人支持緊香港 抗議過程中我地亦收到好多Brisbane澳洲人對香港嘅支持同打氣 所以你地嘅勢力絕對比你地想像中嘅大 請唔好灰心 香港有希望的

辛苦了🙏🏻香港人 加油」

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
你咁快想放棄嗱?有無諗過其實一直都有好多人支持緊我地?喺香港嘅你係咪應該更加出多一分力,咁樣先對得住所有人,對得住自己? . 「雖然我地人唔喺香港 但我地一直都好關心香港情況 好想出一分力幫手 就算知道遠水不能救近火 但我地仍然一直都有喺呢到搞唔同嘅集會 希望可以同香港共同進退 而我地琴日又再召集咗一班好關心香港嘅人一齊喺巿中心靜站抗議 一嚟想將香港嘅事畀更多人知道 二嚟亦想聲援香港 想畀佢地(同你地!)知道喺唔同嘅地方仍然有好多人支持緊香港 抗議過程中我地亦收到好多Brisbane澳洲人對香港嘅支持同打氣 所以你地嘅勢力絕對比你地想像中嘅大 請唔好灰心 香港有希望的 辛苦了🙏🏻香港人 加油」 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
5年前種下的種子,終會長大
攝於5年前香港。
#noextraditiontochina #hongkong #umbrellarevolution #freedomofspeech #freedomofprotest #fightforfreedom #fightforhongkong
唔通真係唔見咗?

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
唔通真係唔見咗? 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
G20係將會係整場運動嘅其中一個關鍵,若然你係去唔到領事館請願馬拉松嘅,或者可以考慮下參加晚上嘅集會,同27號嘅活動。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
G20係將會係整場運動嘅其中一個關鍵,若然你係去唔到領事館請願馬拉松嘅,或者可以考慮下參加晚上嘅集會,同27號嘅活動。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
[6/6]Demands from Hong Kong People

5️⃣ Resignation of Carrie Lam and any related officers 
In light of the existing social and economic issues in Hong Kong, Carrie Lam stated that her team will try to regain the public’s confidence for the rest of her term until July 2022. 

The Principal Officials Accountability System, established in 2002, stated that principal officials should be held accountable for policy failures, and often led to voluntary resign of such officials. 4 principal officials resigned since 2002, including Regina Ip, formerly the Secretary of Security, who promoted the adoption of the controversial Article 23 of Hong Kong's Basic Law in 2003. 

Carrie Lam, during her election manifesto in 2017, once claimed and promised to resign if “public opinions have such demand”. It is said that recent 2-million people protest has represented sufficient distrust and discontent towards Lam and her team. Hence, reflecting a valid public opinion for her resignation. 

Check out our page @antielab.en for more information on what is happening in Hong Kong 🇭🇰 

#antiELAB #hongkong #送中
#送中條例 #逃犯條例
#noextradition
[6/6]Demands from Hong Kong People  5️⃣ Resignation of Carrie Lam and any related officers  In light of the existing social and economic issues in Hong Kong, Carrie Lam stated that her team will try to regain the public’s confidence for the rest of her term until July 2022.   The Principal Officials Accountability System, established in 2002, stated that principal officials should be held accountable for policy failures, and often led to voluntary resign of such officials. 4 principal officials resigned since 2002, including Regina Ip, formerly the Secretary of Security, who promoted the adoption of the controversial Article 23 of Hong Kong's Basic Law in 2003.   Carrie Lam, during her election manifesto in 2017, once claimed and promised to resign if “public opinions have such demand”. It is said that recent 2-million people protest has represented sufficient distrust and discontent towards Lam and her team. Hence, reflecting a valid public opinion for her resignation.  Check out our page @antielab.en for more information on what is happening in Hong Kong 🇭🇰   #antiELAB #hongkong #送中 #送中條例 #逃犯條例 #noextradition
民權觀察今日開記召,交代6.12期間示威者被警察暴力對待嘅情況。有和平示威人士突然比警察拖埋一邊亂棍毆打,一身都係傷;亦有示威者突然被警察用長盾挫落去,想回頭時就比胡椒噴劑噴面;仲有示威者被警察用催淚彈直擊上半身。民權觀察話,會繼續跟進收到嘅呢35宗求助。

我哋謹此希望示威者好好休養,早日康復,並呼籲社會各界盡自己所能,為佢哋討回公道。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
民權觀察今日開記召,交代6.12期間示威者被警察暴力對待嘅情況。有和平示威人士突然比警察拖埋一邊亂棍毆打,一身都係傷;亦有示威者突然被警察用長盾挫落去,想回頭時就比胡椒噴劑噴面;仲有示威者被警察用催淚彈直擊上半身。民權觀察話,會繼續跟進收到嘅呢35宗求助。 我哋謹此希望示威者好好休養,早日康復,並呼籲社會各界盡自己所能,為佢哋討回公道。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
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陳克勤今朝話,示威者被捕一定係因為有犯法行為,因此必須起訴,所以睇唔到釋放示威者嘅理據。佢仲話,唔贊成所有針對警方的獨立調查委員會,因為會影響警方士氣,亦唔會公正。

被捕就一定係有犯罪?差館幾時變咗法庭?另外,獨立調查委員係特首委任架喎,咁都話唔公正⋯哦,定係其實你想將件事放上國際法庭啊?

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#洋紫荊革命 
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#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
陳克勤今朝話,示威者被捕一定係因為有犯法行為,因此必須起訴,所以睇唔到釋放示威者嘅理據。佢仲話,唔贊成所有針對警方的獨立調查委員會,因為會影響警方士氣,亦唔會公正。 被捕就一定係有犯罪?差館幾時變咗法庭?另外,獨立調查委員係特首委任架喎,咁都話唔公正⋯哦,定係其實你想將件事放上國際法庭啊? 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
[5/6]Demands from Hong Kong People

4️⃣ Free and drop charges against the protestors on 12th June

Arrested near the Leglastive Council Complex on 12th June, the eight protesters were unconditionally released on 18th June. It is said that they were not charged due to a lack of evidence. However, Legislative Councillor Tanya Chan warned that there is a chance of being charged after a “unconditional release” on her Facebook Page, according to her personal experience. 

[Timeline as described on Tanya Chan’s Facebook post, translated from Chinese]
December 2014: 
Chan was arrested as the police was clearing the mass during Umbrella Movement.

January 2015: 
She was arrested after the police's invitation to assist the investigation, and was unconditionally released after 7 hours.

March 2015: 
She was arrested and filed charges officially. However, the crime was completely irrelevant to what was suggested in the two previous arrests.

June 2019: 
She was sentenced to 8 months in prison with a suspension of 2 years. 

Until now, the prosecution of the civil unrest in Mong Kok in 2016, as known as "Fishball Revolution” is still in progress. In January 2019, three men were arrested and accused of arson, criminal damage and rioting. 

There is no guarantee after an unconditional release, as there is no retrospective period of law for criminal offense in Hong Kong. They can be arrested in anytime given that there is enough evidence gathered by the police. 

Under Hong kong’s law, any person who loiters in a public place – or in the common parts of any building – with intent to commit an arrestable offence, is liable to a fine of HK$10,000 and to imprisonment for six months. 

Check out our page @antielab.en for more information on what is happening in Hong Kong 🇭🇰 

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#送中條例 #逃犯條例
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[5/6]Demands from Hong Kong People  4️⃣ Free and drop charges against the protestors on 12th June  Arrested near the Leglastive Council Complex on 12th June, the eight protesters were unconditionally released on 18th June. It is said that they were not charged due to a lack of evidence. However, Legislative Councillor Tanya Chan warned that there is a chance of being charged after a “unconditional release” on her Facebook Page, according to her personal experience.   [Timeline as described on Tanya Chan’s Facebook post, translated from Chinese] December 2014:  Chan was arrested as the police was clearing the mass during Umbrella Movement.  January 2015:  She was arrested after the police's invitation to assist the investigation, and was unconditionally released after 7 hours.  March 2015:  She was arrested and filed charges officially. However, the crime was completely irrelevant to what was suggested in the two previous arrests.  June 2019:  She was sentenced to 8 months in prison with a suspension of 2 years.   Until now, the prosecution of the civil unrest in Mong Kok in 2016, as known as "Fishball Revolution” is still in progress. In January 2019, three men were arrested and accused of arson, criminal damage and rioting.   There is no guarantee after an unconditional release, as there is no retrospective period of law for criminal offense in Hong Kong. They can be arrested in anytime given that there is enough evidence gathered by the police.   Under Hong kong’s law, any person who loiters in a public place – or in the common parts of any building – with intent to commit an arrestable offence, is liable to a fine of HK$10,000 and to imprisonment for six months.   Check out our page @antielab.en for more information on what is happening in Hong Kong 🇭🇰   #antiELAB #hongkong #送中 #送中條例 #逃犯條例 #noextradition
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場仗其實都仲一直打緊,無論你今日出唔出到嚟,都約定你,626 九點,遮打花園。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
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[4/6]Demands from Hong Kong People

3️⃣A total recall of 12th June riot claim
At a press conference after the clash between police officers and protesters on 12th June, the Commissioner of Police, Stephen Lo, described the event as a “riot”. This was echoed by the statement issued by the Chief Executive Carrie Lam that night, “[C]learly, this is no longer a peaceful assembly but a blatant, organized riot, and in no way an act of loving Hong Kong.” The word “riot” has become controversial, as the “rioters” were treated with excessive force by the Hong Kong Police; while there were evidences of well-mannered, cooperative and disciplined protesters shown towards the foreign journalists and ambulance technicians, et cetera.
In fact, the Public Order Ordinance defined that when a person takes part in an assembly which is unlawful by virtue of section 18(1) commits a breach of the peace, the assembly is a riot and the persons assembled are riotously assembled. The word “riot” seemingly suggested the protest on 12th June was illegal and unlawful, which has been denied. 
Civil Human Rights Front, the official organiser of the 12th June protest, had acquired the Letter of No Objection from Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) beforehand, which indicated the HKPF’s acknowledgement of the protest. 
In response to the controversy, Lo clarified on 17th June that the 12th June protest was not a riot, and the term “riot” was used only to describe behavior of particular individuals. The stance was also supported by Lam’s speech on the next day (18th June). 
However, according to Public Order Ordinance, any person who takes part in a riot shall be guilty of the offense of rioting, and shall be liable to a sentence of up to 10 years in jail. Yet, there were only 5 protesters being arrested currently against rioting. 
Similar to introducing the “suspension” of the bill ambiguously, the government has once again stirred up controversy through the potentially misleading choice of diction and called the protest a “riot”. 
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[4/6]Demands from Hong Kong People  3️⃣A total recall of 12th June riot claim At a press conference after the clash between police officers and protesters on 12th June, the Commissioner of Police, Stephen Lo, described the event as a “riot”. This was echoed by the statement issued by the Chief Executive Carrie Lam that night, “[C]learly, this is no longer a peaceful assembly but a blatant, organized riot, and in no way an act of loving Hong Kong.” The word “riot” has become controversial, as the “rioters” were treated with excessive force by the Hong Kong Police; while there were evidences of well-mannered, cooperative and disciplined protesters shown towards the foreign journalists and ambulance technicians, et cetera. In fact, the Public Order Ordinance defined that when a person takes part in an assembly which is unlawful by virtue of section 18(1) commits a breach of the peace, the assembly is a riot and the persons assembled are riotously assembled. The word “riot” seemingly suggested the protest on 12th June was illegal and unlawful, which has been denied. Civil Human Rights Front, the official organiser of the 12th June protest, had acquired the Letter of No Objection from Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) beforehand, which indicated the HKPF’s acknowledgement of the protest.  In response to the controversy, Lo clarified on 17th June that the 12th June protest was not a riot, and the term “riot” was used only to describe behavior of particular individuals. The stance was also supported by Lam’s speech on the next day (18th June).  However, according to Public Order Ordinance, any person who takes part in a riot shall be guilty of the offense of rioting, and shall be liable to a sentence of up to 10 years in jail. Yet, there were only 5 protesters being arrested currently against rioting. Similar to introducing the “suspension” of the bill ambiguously, the government has once again stirred up controversy through the potentially misleading choice of diction and called the protest a “riot”.  Check out our page @antielab.en for more information on what is happening in Hong Kong 🇭🇰   #antiELAB #hongkong #送中 #送中條例 #逃犯條例 #noextradition
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喂!有邊個部門想收工先?Tag你個朋友入嚟叫佢陪你去接放工啦。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
你唔係唔接啊?

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#送中_送終
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你唔係唔接啊? 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
醫學界、衛生服務界、法律界選委發聯合聲明。希望警方檢點自己係醫院嘅行為,以免傷病者因白色恐怖而唔敢去醫院,甚至家庭診所求醫。

醫學界選委黃任匡強調,警方要向醫院攞料,必須向法庭申請手令,再向醫院要求書面報告,而唔係去醫院「口嗡嗡」話想要啲資料就可以。

衛生服務界選委洪梓然就話,收到有醫護人員反映,曾有無戴委任證嘅警員,係病房外偷聽醫護人員對話,仲用威嚇語氣攞料。

佢哋都希望醫管局高層清楚表態,比病人對醫院有番更大信心。

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#洋紫荊革命 
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#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
醫學界、衛生服務界、法律界選委發聯合聲明。希望警方檢點自己係醫院嘅行為,以免傷病者因白色恐怖而唔敢去醫院,甚至家庭診所求醫。 醫學界選委黃任匡強調,警方要向醫院攞料,必須向法庭申請手令,再向醫院要求書面報告,而唔係去醫院「口嗡嗡」話想要啲資料就可以。 衛生服務界選委洪梓然就話,收到有醫護人員反映,曾有無戴委任證嘅警員,係病房外偷聽醫護人員對話,仲用威嚇語氣攞料。 佢哋都希望醫管局高層清楚表態,比病人對醫院有番更大信心。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
In depth look on the peaceful Hong Kong protests. Their level of organization and thoughtfulness (water bottle, ice pack, and trash circulation) is unprecedented! #hongkong #hongkongprotest #fightforhongkong #noextraditiontochina
In depth look on the peaceful Hong Kong protests. Their level of organization and thoughtfulness (water bottle, ice pack, and trash circulation) is unprecedented! #hongkong #hongkongprotest #fightforhongkong #noextraditiontochina
:“Between a high, solid wall and an egg that breaks against it, I will always stand on the side of the egg.” - Haruki Murakami
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#621 #反送中 #NoChinaExtradition #AntiExtraditionLaw #AntiExtraditionBill #FightForHongKong
:“Between a high, solid wall and an egg that breaks against it, I will always stand on the side of the egg.” - Haruki Murakami · · · #621 #反送中 #NoChinaExtradition #AntiExtraditionLaw #AntiExtraditionBill #FightForHongKong
千萬不要忘記佢地做過啲咩。

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#antiELAB
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#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
千萬不要忘記佢地做過啲咩。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
我一睇到條片就諗點解有黑社會入咗警局,但仔細一睇,原來佢地係警察嚟,香港警察喎......仲有唔知後面位人兄笑乜呢?係咪覺得成件事好好笑?

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#洋紫荊革命 
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#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
我一睇到條片就諗點解有黑社會入咗警局,但仔細一睇,原來佢地係警察嚟,香港警察喎......仲有唔知後面位人兄笑乜呢?係咪覺得成件事好好笑? 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
阿前一哥禿鷹曾偉雄話喎,警隊6.12當日使用嘅武力係「被動」且相當克制,又問大家係咪想香港警察一見到暴力就逃跑,仲強調唔希望道歉成為一種「風土病」。 .
宜家大家叫阿一哥出嚟傾下計,關你個過氣一哥咩事,衝出嚟搏乜?點都好,對呢班人嚟講,道歉係咪已經成為「風土病」就真係唔知,但無恥就應該去到末期嘞。

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#antiELAB
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#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
阿前一哥禿鷹曾偉雄話喎,警隊6.12當日使用嘅武力係「被動」且相當克制,又問大家係咪想香港警察一見到暴力就逃跑,仲強調唔希望道歉成為一種「風土病」。 . 宜家大家叫阿一哥出嚟傾下計,關你個過氣一哥咩事,衝出嚟搏乜?點都好,對呢班人嚟講,道歉係咪已經成為「風土病」就真係唔知,但無恥就應該去到末期嘞。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
人無恥,便無敵。

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#antiELAB
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#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
人無恥,便無敵。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
點解佢地唔俾啲救護人員入去?入面又癌症病人又大肚婆又高血壓,點解啲黑警要當佢地係人質咁脅持唔放佢地出去?

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#antiELAB
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#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
點解佢地唔俾啲救護人員入去?入面又癌症病人又大肚婆又高血壓,點解啲黑警要當佢地係人質咁脅持唔放佢地出去? 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
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#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
咸了,認同請分享,分享是美德,晚安。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
狗都唔會玩白車啦,又要call車又要唔俾救護人員入,除咗小學雞之外都唔知應該講咩。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
狗都唔會玩白車啦,又要call車又要唔俾救護人員入,除咗小學雞之外都唔知應該講咩。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
一衝警署佢就有法律權力大條道理可以用實彈清場㗎喇,留意住身邊有無可疑人物,及早制止。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
一衝警署佢就有法律權力大條道理可以用實彈清場㗎喇,留意住身邊有無可疑人物,及早制止。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
人們走出來表達他們所想的 
#fightforhongkong #守望相助 #香港人加油
人們走出來表達他們所想的 #fightforhongkong #守望相助 #香港人加油
[3/6]Demands from Hong Kong People

2️⃣ Thorough investigation on the police force for police brutality 
In respective press conferences, CE Carrie Lam and the Commissioner of Police, Stephen Lo have both openly declared that if protesters were in face of excessive force by Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) on June 12, they are always welcome to lodge a complaint to the Independent Police Complaints Council (IPCC).
Yet, it has quickly brought to public attention that a police identification number is required for an effective complaint, AND such number was not labelled/shown on the worn uniform of Police Special Tactical Squad (a.k.a. the “Athlon Squad”, who was responsible for dispersing protesters in Admiralty on June 12). Without a way to identify the police who used excessive force, filing a complaint is not an effective way to resolve injustice.
Meanwhile, IPCC is notorious for being a “toothless tiger”. During the past decade, since IPCC was established, only an average of 3-4% allegations were accepted as accurate claims per annum. Also, the success rate of complaining regarding “police using excessive force” is as low as 0.09% (2 out of 2,119 complaints). Worse still, after IPCC completes an investigation, HKPF only takes suggestions from them on a voluntary basis. The acceptance rate of HKPF towards the suggestions given was 0% in year 2017-18. The answer became apparent whether the public can count on IPCC to exercise justice. 

[UPDATE: The Amnesty International issued a report on the excessive force used by the Police on 12 June. “Based on our careful examination of these incidents, we find that the use of force by police in the largely peaceful protest was unnecessary and excessive. The use of force during the protest violated international human rights law and standards.” Please see their website for details.] 

Check out our page @antielab.en for more information on what is happening in Hong Kong 🇭🇰 

#antiELAB #hongkong #送中
#送中條例 #逃犯條例
#noextradition
[3/6]Demands from Hong Kong People  2️⃣ Thorough investigation on the police force for police brutality  In respective press conferences, CE Carrie Lam and the Commissioner of Police, Stephen Lo have both openly declared that if protesters were in face of excessive force by Hong Kong Police Force (HKPF) on June 12, they are always welcome to lodge a complaint to the Independent Police Complaints Council (IPCC). Yet, it has quickly brought to public attention that a police identification number is required for an effective complaint, AND such number was not labelled/shown on the worn uniform of Police Special Tactical Squad (a.k.a. the “Athlon Squad”, who was responsible for dispersing protesters in Admiralty on June 12). Without a way to identify the police who used excessive force, filing a complaint is not an effective way to resolve injustice. Meanwhile, IPCC is notorious for being a “toothless tiger”. During the past decade, since IPCC was established, only an average of 3-4% allegations were accepted as accurate claims per annum. Also, the success rate of complaining regarding “police using excessive force” is as low as 0.09% (2 out of 2,119 complaints). Worse still, after IPCC completes an investigation, HKPF only takes suggestions from them on a voluntary basis. The acceptance rate of HKPF towards the suggestions given was 0% in year 2017-18. The answer became apparent whether the public can count on IPCC to exercise justice.   [UPDATE: The Amnesty International issued a report on the excessive force used by the Police on 12 June. “Based on our careful examination of these incidents, we find that the use of force by police in the largely peaceful protest was unnecessary and excessive. The use of force during the protest violated international human rights law and standards.” Please see their website for details.]   Check out our page @antielab.en for more information on what is happening in Hong Kong 🇭🇰   #antiELAB #hongkong #送中 #送中條例 #逃犯條例 #noextradition
去唔到野餐但又想出一分力?記得簽完再share出去。Link in bio.

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終

#amnesty
去唔到野餐但又想出一分力?記得簽完再share出去。Link in bio. 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #amnesty
金鐘現場實況

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
金鐘現場實況 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
My beautiful home #fightforhongkong #nofilter #homesweethome
如果民間能集結力量為事件作一有公信力的報告,6.12的警暴事件完全可以拿到國際刑事法院要求制裁。大家想認識這是什麼制度,可上網下載《1998年國際刑事法院羅馬規約》研究一下。

簡而言之,若這個國際法院裁定6.12當日警隊有使用酷刑的行為,涉事的警員及政策的負責人,即保安局局長、警務處處長,還有特首,皆有刑責,就算中共包庇他們,不予追究,他們會如戰犯一樣,終生不敢踏足香港和中國以外的地區。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終

#amnesty
如果民間能集結力量為事件作一有公信力的報告,6.12的警暴事件完全可以拿到國際刑事法院要求制裁。大家想認識這是什麼制度,可上網下載《1998年國際刑事法院羅馬規約》研究一下。 簡而言之,若這個國際法院裁定6.12當日警隊有使用酷刑的行為,涉事的警員及政策的負責人,即保安局局長、警務處處長,還有特首,皆有刑責,就算中共包庇他們,不予追究,他們會如戰犯一樣,終生不敢踏足香港和中國以外的地區。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #amnesty
A lot has been happening in Hong Kong in recent weeks. Feeling very frustrated and upset. Let’s do what we still can do and cherish things we still own.
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#hongkong #hongkongese #hongkonger #home #fightforhongkong #fightforourhome #freedomofspeech #vote
#hongkongphotography #victoriaharbour #skyscraper #thepeak #iphonephoto #iphonography #snapseed
A lot has been happening in Hong Kong in recent weeks. Feeling very frustrated and upset. Let’s do what we still can do and cherish things we still own. ————————————————— #hongkong #hongkongese #hongkonger #home #fightforhongkong #fightforourhome #freedomofspeech #vote #hongkongphotography #victoriaharbour #skyscraper #thepeak #iphonephoto #iphonography #snapseed
各位真係要小心啲,做足安全措施。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
各位真係要小心啲,做足安全措施。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
在場嘅咁多位都要加油,記得飲水

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
在場嘅咁多位都要加油,記得飲水 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
[2/6] 5 Demands from Hong Kong people 
1️⃣ - Complete withdrawal of the bill
Carrie Lam’s response - “There is no timetable set for restarting the bill amendment process”; “[I]t is very unlikely that the bill will be able to meet the deadline by the end of this (legislative) term. Should that happen, the government will accept the reality,” Carrie Lam stressed that the bill would expire the Legislative Council has not reviewed it by July 2020, which is the end of the current legislative term. 
Nonetheless, as mentioned in our previous post, as long as the bill has not been fully withdrawn, it would only take a 12-day notice to resume the second reading in Legislative Council. 

Please follow our page @antielab.en for further information on this issue and what is happening in Hong Kong 🇭🇰 

#antiELAB #hongkong #送中
#送中條例 #逃犯條例
#noextradition
[2/6] 5 Demands from Hong Kong people  1️⃣ - Complete withdrawal of the bill Carrie Lam’s response - “There is no timetable set for restarting the bill amendment process”; “[I]t is very unlikely that the bill will be able to meet the deadline by the end of this (legislative) term. Should that happen, the government will accept the reality,” Carrie Lam stressed that the bill would expire the Legislative Council has not reviewed it by July 2020, which is the end of the current legislative term.  Nonetheless, as mentioned in our previous post, as long as the bill has not been fully withdrawn, it would only take a 12-day notice to resume the second reading in Legislative Council.   Please follow our page @antielab.en for further information on this issue and what is happening in Hong Kong 🇭🇰   #antiELAB #hongkong #送中 #送中條例 #逃犯條例 #noextradition
今日係烈士嘅頭七,0900-2230喺PP會有祭祀儀式,無論你係咩宗教背景,希望你都能夠抽空去用你嘅方式(默哀/祈禱/鞠躬/上香)去送烈士最後一程。

但願各位香港人唔好再咁善忘。

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
今日係烈士嘅頭七,0900-2230喺PP會有祭祀儀式,無論你係咩宗教背景,希望你都能夠抽空去用你嘅方式(默哀/祈禱/鞠躬/上香)去送烈士最後一程。 但願各位香港人唔好再咁善忘。 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
#TeamNohSleep #TBT
🇭🇰 Hong Kong 🖤
•••
#FightForHongKong #HongKongProtest #HK
#TeamNohSleep #TBT 🇭🇰 Hong Kong 🖤 ••• #FightForHongKong #HongKongProtest #HK
We couldn’t miss #nationalsushiday so better late than never! One of my favs cutsie one from @_la_rambla__ from their high tea menu 💚 #hk #fightforhongkong - Chlo
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#spoonemory #spoonuniversity #DiscoverHongKong #topcitybiteshk #topcitybites #trackerfood #fcba #platessd #myfab5 #hkfoodie #hongkongfoodie #foodiliciousworldwide #topfoodnews #BestFoodFeed #zipkick
5 Demands from Hong Kong people v.s. Carrie Lam’s response on 18 June

Apart from the Extradition Bill itself, the responses and actions from the Hong Kong government have aroused anger from the protesters, as well as citizens opposing to the bill. The 5 demands are requests made by the general public, urging the Hong Kong government to respond by the “deadline” of 5pm 20th June HKT. It is stated that further actions, including escalated street demonstrations and full-on civil disobedience, would be taken by the protestors if the government failed to fulfill the requests by the deadline. 
The 5 demands arises from the banner hung by the man, who fell from Pacific Place on Saturday (15 June). There are joint statements created on popular social media platforms used by the protesters, mainly for communication purpose, including Telegram groups, Instagram and LIHKG (the local online forum which plays a major role in the movement). The student unions of the local universities also announced a similar statement of demands yesterday (19 June). 

[UPDATE: the five requests were not addressed by the HK government by 5pm HKT on 20 June. “Escalated actions” were said to be taken by the protesters in Hong Kong.] 

Please check out our page @antielab.en for more information on what is happening in Hong Kong 🇭🇰 

#antiELAB #hongkong #送中
#送中條例 #逃犯條例
#noextradition
5 Demands from Hong Kong people v.s. Carrie Lam’s response on 18 June  Apart from the Extradition Bill itself, the responses and actions from the Hong Kong government have aroused anger from the protesters, as well as citizens opposing to the bill. The 5 demands are requests made by the general public, urging the Hong Kong government to respond by the “deadline” of 5pm 20th June HKT. It is stated that further actions, including escalated street demonstrations and full-on civil disobedience, would be taken by the protestors if the government failed to fulfill the requests by the deadline.  The 5 demands arises from the banner hung by the man, who fell from Pacific Place on Saturday (15 June). There are joint statements created on popular social media platforms used by the protesters, mainly for communication purpose, including Telegram groups, Instagram and LIHKG (the local online forum which plays a major role in the movement). The student unions of the local universities also announced a similar statement of demands yesterday (19 June).   [UPDATE: the five requests were not addressed by the HK government by 5pm HKT on 20 June. “Escalated actions” were said to be taken by the protesters in Hong Kong.]  Please check out our page @antielab.en for more information on what is happening in Hong Kong 🇭🇰   #antiELAB #hongkong #送中 #送中條例 #逃犯條例 #noextradition
對得住唯唯,對得住自己!

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
對得住唯唯,對得住自己! 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
You are always with us.
#fightforHongKong
#restinpeace 
#antiextraditionlaw
我地明白有好多人都未必能夠抽身去政總,不過不合作運動係有好多方法,以下係喺連登見到嘅幾個建議,參加與否,請自行判斷。詳情可參見story 入面條link。利申:我地從不鼓吹任何人參與任何活動。

1. 阻止政府員工進出政府大樓上班: 做瑜珈,打坐冥想,唱聖詩 !!! 初步諗緊08:00開始 (多數部門08:45開工)

2. 致電政府部門嘅查詢熱線,以就政府服務作出讚美/投訴/查詢。因為夢境中見到兄弟姊妹接力無間斷地打電話,官員聽到冇停手,讚美同查詢令工作倍感意義!(下面有發夢記得嘅重要嘅部門,集中火力,唔建議向其他部門查詢,特別係日常市民會接觸的部門,否則會引起大眾反感)(注意:有可能觸犯不斷打電話罪,請參閱以下的宜/忌部分)

3. 去各政府大樓接待處查詢任何對政府服務嘅問題和疑惑,最好達到上述分化目標,如去入境處問「去xxx國家旅行,當地警察會唔會打人架?」 4. 去入境處不斷攞單程證櫃位嘅籌,唔好搞護照櫃位(需要各位巴絲fact check,因為唔知啲辦事處排隊實際運作係點)

5. 如果大家唔見嘢就要去警署報失,如果之後搵返就要銷案,做人要有交帶

6. send 感謝卡/email俾救護員同消防員等等,要多感恩
我地明白有好多人都未必能夠抽身去政總,不過不合作運動係有好多方法,以下係喺連登見到嘅幾個建議,參加與否,請自行判斷。詳情可參見story 入面條link。利申:我地從不鼓吹任何人參與任何活動。 1. 阻止政府員工進出政府大樓上班: 做瑜珈,打坐冥想,唱聖詩 !!! 初步諗緊08:00開始 (多數部門08:45開工) 2. 致電政府部門嘅查詢熱線,以就政府服務作出讚美/投訴/查詢。因為夢境中見到兄弟姊妹接力無間斷地打電話,官員聽到冇停手,讚美同查詢令工作倍感意義!(下面有發夢記得嘅重要嘅部門,集中火力,唔建議向其他部門查詢,特別係日常市民會接觸的部門,否則會引起大眾反感)(注意:有可能觸犯不斷打電話罪,請參閱以下的宜/忌部分) 3. 去各政府大樓接待處查詢任何對政府服務嘅問題和疑惑,最好達到上述分化目標,如去入境處問「去xxx國家旅行,當地警察會唔會打人架?」 4. 去入境處不斷攞單程證櫃位嘅籌,唔好搞護照櫃位(需要各位巴絲fact check,因為唔知啲辦事處排隊實際運作係點) 5. 如果大家唔見嘢就要去警署報失,如果之後搵返就要銷案,做人要有交帶 6. send 感謝卡/email俾救護員同消防員等等,要多感恩
既然去到而家都無回應,咁大家識做啦。不撤不散。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

#洋紫荊革命 
#BauhiniaRevolution

#antiELAB
#longlivehongkong
#nowornever
#送中 #反送中
#送中_送終
#逃犯條例
既然去到而家都無回應,咁大家識做啦。不撤不散。 不割蓆,不篤灰 不受傷,不被捕 保護自己,保護同伴 唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供 #洋紫荊革命 #BauhiniaRevolution #antiELAB #longlivehongkong #nowornever #送中 #反送中 #送中_送終 #逃犯條例
相信大家都心很累,不過我地唔可以放棄,佢就係睇死我地會過一排就唔想再搞落去,所以大家一定要更加爭氣。多你一個好多,少你一個就係差你嗰一個。

不割蓆,不篤灰
不受傷,不被捕
保護自己,保護同伴
唔好出樣,唔好間接落口供

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[4/4] Carrie Lam VS False hope

Case Study 3️⃣ Umbrella Movement

In 2014, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPCSC) issued a decision on the proposed electoral reform, which was said to be highly restrictive and allowed pre-screening of the candidates for the Chief Executive in Hong Kong. Part of the general public was triggered and thousands of Hong Kong people took over the streets near the Government headquarters in Admiralty in late September 2014. It has soon evolved into a massive Occupy movement in Hong Kong, the Umbrella Movement. It was estimated that 1,200,000 HK people participated in the movement, roughly 15% of the total population.
Carrie Lam, who was then the Chief Secretary for Administration, was appointed to tackle the Occupy movement. A broadcasted conference with student leaders of the movement was taken place on 21st October 2014. Carrie Lam promised to report the issue to the Hong Kong Liaison Office (representative of Chinese government in Hong Kong), and create platforms of communication with the youth. 
However, the talk was commented as “vague” by Alex Chow, the student leader, as none of the promises are concrete actions in response to the public’s demand and anger towards the electoral reform proposal.
A second round of conference was claimed to be scheduled, but it did not happen. The mass in several districts of Hong Kong was gradually cleared in December 2014. 

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[4/4] Carrie Lam VS False hope  Case Study 3️⃣ Umbrella Movement  In 2014, Standing Committee of the National People's Congress (NPCSC) issued a decision on the proposed electoral reform, which was said to be highly restrictive and allowed pre-screening of the candidates for the Chief Executive in Hong Kong. Part of the general public was triggered and thousands of Hong Kong people took over the streets near the Government headquarters in Admiralty in late September 2014. It has soon evolved into a massive Occupy movement in Hong Kong, the Umbrella Movement. It was estimated that 1,200,000 HK people participated in the movement, roughly 15% of the total population. Carrie Lam, who was then the Chief Secretary for Administration, was appointed to tackle the Occupy movement. A broadcasted conference with student leaders of the movement was taken place on 21st October 2014. Carrie Lam promised to report the issue to the Hong Kong Liaison Office (representative of Chinese government in Hong Kong), and create platforms of communication with the youth.  However, the talk was commented as “vague” by Alex Chow, the student leader, as none of the promises are concrete actions in response to the public’s demand and anger towards the electoral reform proposal. A second round of conference was claimed to be scheduled, but it did not happen. The mass in several districts of Hong Kong was gradually cleared in December 2014.   Please check out our page @antielab.en for case studies 1️⃣2️⃣ and more information on what is happening in Hong Kong🇭🇰   #antiextradition #送中 #送中條例 #逃犯條例 #noextradition