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  • Protesters continue to demonstrate across Hong Kong for the 15th consecutive week. After marching for few hours from Causeway Bay towards Admiralty, clashes between protesters and riot police occurred in different parts of the island. Chief Executive Carrie Lam withdraw the polemic extradition law and protesters now call to the government to attend the rest of their demands, including an independent inquiry into police brutality, the retraction of the word 'riot' to describe the rallies, and genuine universal suffrage.

  • The presentation of the world-class exhibition entitled " Qin Shi Huang: The First Emperor of China and Terracotta Warriors" marks an unprecedented phenomenon at the Thai museum arena. They team up gather86 items of important artefacts (133 pieces) aged over 2,200 years from 14 leading museums in China, and all antiquated objects are on display at the National Museum of Thailand.

  • Thousands of protesters marched through the streets on the 15th continuous week of unrest. While the demonstration began peacefully, protesters later faced off against police in front of government offices. Protesters threw bricks and petrol bombs while police attempted to keep the demonstrators at bay by firing dozens of tear gas rounds and blunt projectiles. Riot police eventually deployed vehicles equipped with water cannons and conducted a full dispersal operation. Protesters continue to fight for the remaining four demands after the extradition bill was formally withdrawn the previous week.

  • Protesters gathered on Lion Rock summit to form a human chain with lights and lanterns to demonstrate against Hong Kong Government and celebrate the mid-autumn festival - Lantern Festival, one of the most important dates in the Chinese lunar calendar. Pro-democracy protesters have continued demonstrations across Hong Kong, calling for the city's Chief Executive, Carrie Lam to immediately meet the rest of their demands, including an independent inquiry into police brutality, the retraction of the word “riot” to describe the rallies, and genuine universal suffrage, as the territory faces a leadership crisis.

  • The China-Arab States Expo is a biennial event with ambition to promote commercial cooperation between China and Arabic countries. This year's edition attracted 12600 guests and over 2900 regional organizations and chambers of commerce according to the official data. This 4th edition is focused on high technology and provided an opportunity to test the products of major Chinese brands, and to check their popularity among the local visitors. The expo was hosted in Yinchuan, the capital of Ningxia autonomous region, which aims to become a bridge between China, Central Asia and Middle East.

  • Hong Kong fans cheered for their team while also chanting various anti-extradition slogans. Protesters formed a human chain during the halftime intermission in hopes of drawing further attention to the unrest in Hong Kong.

  • Carrie Lam held a press conference to discuss her plan on quelling the anti-extradition protests that have continued since the beginning of summer. She criticised recent acts of violence and emphasised the need to ensure the safety of Hong Kong's infrastructure.

  • After 14 weeks of protests, demonstrations have continued across Hong Kong despite the withdrawal by Chief Executive, Carrie Lam of a controversial extradition bill. Protests keep taking the streets as demonstrators demands the city’s government to attend to their demands, including an independent inquiry into police brutality, the retraction of the word 'riot' to describe the rallies, and the right for Hong Kong people to vote for their own leaders.

  • Protesters yet again occupied streets near Prince Edward Station in response to police storming the station the previous week. Protesters have continued to demand the MTR Corporation to release CCTV footage of the incident and have returned to protest at the station almost every night since. Police fired several beanbag rounds before conducting a dispersal operation and making several arrests.

  • Thousands of protesters marched to the U.S. Consulate General in support of the Hong Kong Human Right Acts. Protesters waved American flags, exhibited various placards and shouted slogans asking for U.S. involvement. Violence eventually broke out as protesters vandalized certain MTR station entrances, while police later conducted a dispersal operation.

  • After 14 weeks of protests, demonstrations have continued across Hong Kong despite the withdrawal by Chief Executive, Carrie Lam of a controversial extradition bill. Protests keep taking the streets as demonstrators demands the city’s government to attend to their demands, including an independent inquiry into police brutality, the retraction of the word 'riot' to describe the rallies, and the right for Hong Kong people to vote for their own leaders.

  • Protesters occupied streets outside of Prince Edward MTR station while also continuing to pay respects at one of the station exit. Riot police and police special forces were deployed to conduct dispersal operations.

  • Thousands of anti-government protesters held a rally condemning the "white terror" in the latest demonstration of the anti-extradition movement. The rally remained peaceful with various figures giving speeches and protesters simultaneously lifting their phones in support of the movement.

  • Anti-government protesters took to the streets again in the latest round of anti-extradition demonstrations. Protesters targeted the area around which the August 31st MTR incident occurred, vandalizing various MTR station entrances. Riot police eventually arrived and conducted a dispersal operation.

  • Anti-government protesters occupied roads leading toward Hong Kong International Airport in support of the anti-extradition movement. Protesters used barricades the block highways, forcing airport staff and passengers to walk along the road to reach the airport. So far, the government has yet to yield to any of the protesters’ 5 demands, including the full withdrawal of the extradition bill.

  • Against police orders, thousands of anti-government protesters marched through streets. Clashes with police resulted in dozens of tear gas rounds and projectiles being fired, eventually leading to multiple arrests. Despite continued pressure by protesters, the Hong Kong government has yet to cave to the protesters demand of fully withdrawing the extradition bill.

  • Unrest in Hong Kong continues as thousands of protesters took part in a illegal anti government demonstration. Petrol bombs has been thrown by the protesters and the police fired multiple rounds of rubber bullets towards the protesters.

  • People gathered wearing black clothes at the Dam Square protesting in solidarity with Hong Kong people. Protests have been happening for two months, over a now-suspended extradition bill but demands have expanded to calls for democracy and political reforms. The Hong Kong government has not responded to any of the 5 demands of the Hong Kong people.

  • Unrest in Hong Kong continues as thousands of protesters took part in a illegal anti government demonstration. Petrol bombs has been thrown by the protesters and the police fired multiple rounds of rubber bullets towards the protesters.

  • Protesters gathered to commemorate the 74th anniversary of the liberation of Hong Kong and reaffirm their support of the anti-extradition movement. Protesters stood in silence with flowers and signs before chanting various anti-extradition slogans.

  • Thousands of anti-government protesters attended the metoo rally, where various leaders spoke out against the acts of sexual violence committed by the Hong Kong police during anti-extradition protests. Protesters shined purple-colored lights in support of the metoo movement while holding up various placards criticizing the police.

  • Anti-government protesters rallied in support of aviation workers that had been let go due to their political views and participation in various anti-extradition demonstrations. Various leaders gave speeches before the demonstrators marched to Pacific Place and created a 'Lennon Wall'.

  • Mass demonstrations in Hong Kong, China

  • Thousands of protesters again took the streets to oppose the controversial extradition bill. What started as a peaceful march ended in violence as police fired dozens of rounds of tear gas and various projectiles, while protesters hurled bricks and molotov cocktails.

  • Thousands of anti-government protesters marched in opposition to the extradition bill. Protesters eventually clashed with police, leading to widespread of police dispersal operations and multiple arrests.

  • Mass demonstrations continue one more weekend in Hong Kong which began in June 2019 over a now-suspended extradition bill to China.

  • Protesters held hands to create long human chains in peaceful protest against the extradition bill. Some protesters carried various placards asking and thanking other countries for their support while others also shined their phone lights as a sign of unity and peace.

  • Thousands of Hong Kong protesters link hands to form human chain across the city to call for democracy during the Hong Kong way event. The chains, which traced three subway routes, totaled around 40 kilometers (25 miles) in length. The protesters said they were inspired by the "Baltic Way', when millions created a chain across three countries (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) to protest Soviet occupation exactly 30 years ago, and is the latest in the nearly 11-week-old movement that began with calls to scrap a now-suspended extradition bill and has broadened to include demands for full democracy and an independent inquiry into alleged police brutality.

  • Thousands protesters gathered at the Yueng Long Metro Station and occupied the space in protest of the events that occurred one month ago when members of the Triad Gang assaulted protesters and journalists with iron rods and other weapons. Police in riot gear advanced on the protesters and attempted to disperse the crowd however they were repelled and the Protesters made their getaway on trains that were held by workers of the Metro Station.

  • Anti-government protesters held a silent assembly in Yuen Long to mark the one-month anniversary of the violent attack that was carried out by white-shirted thugs. Protesters later faced off against riot police before dispersing onto trains. Protesters have yet to see progress on the full withdrawal of the extradition bill and are becoming increasingly frustrated with the police's inability to make key arrests related to the original Yuen Long attack.

  • Over 1 million Hong Kongese protesters filled the streets of Hong Kong Island to protest against police brutality, the extradition bill, and other grievances despite a constant heavy downpour. The Protesters met at the Causeway Bay District of Hong Kong Island at Victoria Park and quickly filled the park and surrounding streets before marching through the streets.

  • Protesters toke to the streets on a rainy Sunday in a pro-democracy demonstration on Hong Kong Island, They demand the complete withdraw of the extradition bill and the government to set up an independent inquiry into the recent clashes between protesters and police - Organisers stated that this was the largest rally during the week.

  • Protesters defied police orders and marched from Causeway Bay all the way to Sheung Wan. Despite heavy rain, over a million participants peacefully marched in support of the anti-extradition movement. Organisers estimate 1.7 million people participated in the rally while police put the figure at under 500,000.

  • Thousands of Hong Kong educators came together in support of their students and emphasized the need to protect Hong Kong's youth. Many Hong Kong students have been active participants in the often violent anti-extradition protests that have taken place over the past few months.

  • Demonstrators organized a peaceful rally aimed at building momentum going into the 10th weekend of protests. Rally organizers gave various speeches and displayed videos of various members of British Parliament showing support for Hong Kong's anti-protesters. The demands made by protesters related to the withdrawal of the extradition bill have yet to be resolved by the government.

  • Anti-government protesters peacefully sat-in at the Hong Kong International Airport for the 5th consecutive day until later in the evening where various events led to intense confrontation and violence with the police. The sit-in led to mass flight cancellations and aimed to raise international awareness of protesters' fight against the extradition bill and of police brutality at the protest.

  • Thousands of anti-government protesters clash with riot police for hours in various districts all over Hong Kong. Protesters continued to siege various police stations in their latest battle against the controversial extradition bill. Police responded with hundreds of rounds of tear gas and arrested dozens of protesters by the end of the night.

  • Images taken from the protest march in Sham Shui Po in the afternoon.

  • Police agents and protesters clash in Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. A total of 35 people were arrested when Protesters took to the street to demonstrate against the government, they demand the complete withdraw of the extradition bill, and for the government to set up an independent inquiry into the recent clashes between protester and police. Police fired tear gas in response to another weekend of protests.

  • Protesters took to the streets in yet another round of anti-extradition marches. Police fired dozens of rounds of tear gas and rubber bullets in clashes with protesters, while residents and bystanders were also caught in the crossfire at various locations.

  • Thousands of protesters took to the arrival hall of the Hong Kong international airport under the name "Greetings from HKers Assembly" to catch the attention by the international travelers who just landed in Hong Kong about the current unrest situation in the city.

  • Thousands of protesters surrounded the Sham Shui Po district police station to demand the release of the student union president Keith Fong Chung Yin who was arrested for buying a torch-like laser pointer which the police consider it as weapons, sparking the latest confrontation between the protesters and the police.

  • Pro-democracy protesters have continued weekly rallies on the streets of Hong Kong against a controversial extradition bill since June 9, as the city plunged into crisis after waves of demonstrations and several violent clashes. Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam apologized for introducing the bill and declared it "dead", however protesters have continued to draw large crowds with demands for Lam's resignation and completely withdraw the bill.

  • Despite the Hong Kong government's efforts to calm the situation by declaring the extradition bill is "dead", thousands of protesters still took part in anti-government protests in different areas of Hong Kong. Multiple clashes between protesters and the police have been reported and a large number of protesters have been arrested by the police.

  • Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters marched in central Hong Kong in yet another round of anti government demonstration. Riot police has used tear gas and rubber bullets against protesters despite the fact that the police force has been widely commended by the public for their disproportionate use of force against the protesters in past demonstrations triggered by the controversial extradition bill put forward by the Hong Kong government.

  • Tens of thousands of pro-democracy protesters marched in central Hong Kong in yet another round of anti government demonstration. Riot police has used tear gas and rubble bullets against protesters despite the fact that the police force has been widely commended by the public for their disproportionate use of force against the protesters in past demonstrations triggered by the controversial extradition bill put forward by the Hong Kong government.

  • Hundreds of anti government protesters staged a sit in protest at the Hong Kong international airport terminal, the first of three straight days of demonstrations after clashes last week triggered fears that a wider confrontation could erupt in the city

  • Thousands of anti government protesters staged a sit in protest at the Hong Kong international airport terminal, the first of three straight days of demonstrations after clashes last week triggered fears that a wider confrontation could erupt in the city.

  • Hundreds of anti government protesters staged a sit in protest at the Hong Kong international airport terminal, the first of three straight days of demonstrations after clashes last week triggered fears that a wider confrontation could erupt in the city