Hong Kong democracy protests – The what, the where and the why – Truthloader

“Retreat, Retreat, Retreat” is a word commonly heard at the moment – if you’re In Hong Kong that is. Thousands of people are taking part in what has now become a week long protest campaign which has garnered media attention all over the world. A series of what was supposed to be peaceful protests have […]

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Facebook and Twitter delete accounts ‘undermining’ Hong Kong protest | Tech Wash

Both Facebook and Twitter are banned in China but that has not stopped Beijing using both platforms to advance its own agenda, whether that is by taking out accounts for its own officials or by simply paying for advertising. But in recent months, as pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong have ramped up, both Twitter and […]

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Meet Hong Kong’s Teenage Protesters | The Dispatch

We’re following Kent. On weekdays, he works a summer job at a convenience store. On weekends, he protests. It’s been a summer of chaos. People here are enraged about China’s growing influence. They have paralyzed the city. Staging strikes, barricading streets and occupying the international airport. The government has dug in its heels. The police […]

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1st July Hong Kong Protest ( English Sub) (Deutsche Untertitel)( 中文字幕)

Protester : Leave together Protesters keep shouting: Leave together P: We have already done what needs to be done P: there’s no meaning to stay behind P: Come with us J : and the Protesters are now walking toward those who stay behind Go (They are carrying the remaining Protesters to leave to LegCo ) […]

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Will China “Intervene” in Hong Kong?

Is Hong Kong descending into chaos? Or parties? Either way, the Chinese Communist Party Is threatening to intervene. This is China Uncensored. I’m Chris Chappell. The situation in Hong Kong is getting out of control! At least according to the Chinese Communist Party. It makes sense. If the Party gradually steals away Hong Kongers’ freedoms […]

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China chief exec says they will begin dialogue with protesters

MELISSA: DENYING A SMEAR CAMPAIGN. CHINA DEFENDING ITS RIGHT TO SPREAD BEIJING’S VIEWS ONLINE AFTER FACEBOOK AND TWITTER ACCUSE IT OF MANIPULATION. LET’S GO TO SUSAN LI WHO IS LIVE IN HONG KONG WITH THE LATEST. SUSAN?>>SO MUCH NEWS TO COVER TODAY. WE ALSO SAW THE EMBATTLED HONG KONG CHIEF EXECUTIVE, CARRIE LAM, FIRST TIME […]

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