Interview of a Hong Kong reporter who is beaten by the police
After Hong Kong government calls off talks with Hong Kong Federation of Students, Left Plastic (左膠) turned the Mongkok protest area into a party zone. The scenes of partying then were immediately featured on pro-Beijing newspapers.
As of today, the identified thugs are composed of paid gang members, police officers and even some of the rich in Hong Kong. One of the identified thug was even featured on BBC Business in the past.
As Hong Kong police is allegedly behind the Anti-Occupy-Central riot, Hong Kong netizens launched an online campaign to identify thugs themselves. To their surprise, police officers are found among the idenfied thugs.
Pro-Beijing newspaper blames the death of a Philippines maid, as she can sleep longer during the occupy protests.
This is not a complete blog post. I’m using this post to gather all the related photos and videos. The Riot The mob yells “Get Out ! Get Out! 2:12: ESCAPE! ESCAPE! We’re going to die! HK Police Behind the Blue Ribbon Movement (Anti-Occupy Central Riot)? Facebook Group “Up for HK” says its reader has…
Netizens reject Martin Lee’s vision of Hong Kong democracy
China’s state media Global Times (環球時報) published an essay criticizing Hong Kong dog lovers as “Pupulists” (*Pup + Populist, 狗粹主義者)