The Young Reporter

The Young Reporter

@hkbutyr

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An English news publication run by students of International Journalism at Hong Kong Baptist University.

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Joined on October 29, 2013
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On June 4th, 1989, a crackdown targeted on protests led by students took place in Tiananmen Square, Beijing. Despite the ban by police due to the pandemic, Hongkongers still chose to step out to commiserate. Reported by Han Xu, Kylan Goh #HongKongProtests #June4th #HongKong https://t.co/ri6FVt3Kae

Students in secondary three to five went back to school after months of closures due to the outbreak. However, even though they successfully reached the campus, their return travels were not as smooth as this morning. #Hongkongprotest #HongKong https://t.co/VrtjdiLCYS

People in the police cordon were required to line up outside Hysan place with their ID cards on hands and folded up their umbrellas. Police say about 180 people were arrested on suspicion of participating in an unauthorized assembly. #HongKong #umbrella

A rally happened on Lee Garden Rd, next to the Hysan Place, on May 27. Protesters had put up their umbrellas during the rally. Police later raised blue warning flags and dispersed demonstrators. #HongKongProtests #CausewayBay https://t.co/9VKAjKJDdi

Riot police stop and search people across different parts of the city. As of 11:30 in the morning, at least 16 people were arrested, aged between 14 and 40. Police claimed the youngsters had several helmets, respirators and other gears. #Hongkongprotest https://t.co/cZEEviZ669

Extra security including water-filled barriers and metal guardrails are installed beforehand. Riot police guarding outside the Tamer Park and other entrances towards Legco in the morning allow only authorized people to enter. https://t.co/KfLYTTipm4
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Extra security including water-filled barriers and metal guardrails are installed beforehand. Riot police guarding outside the Tamer Park and other entrances towards Legco in the morning allow only authorized people to enter. https://t.co/KfLYTTipm4

Pro-democracy protesters claimed online that they would have a strike and surround Legco on May 27 in order to stop the second reading of the National Anthem Bill and the process of implementing the National Security Law. 
#Hongkongprotest https://t.co/s0NO5YVKTT
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Pro-democracy protesters claimed online that they would have a strike and surround Legco on May 27 in order to stop the second reading of the National Anthem Bill and the process of implementing the National Security Law. #Hongkongprotest https://t.co/s0NO5YVKTT

(14:08) Police ran towards the blocks left by protesters and cleared them. #HongKongProtests https://t.co/UOtEP452yO

(14:00) The police shot another round of tear gas after protesters occupied Hennessy Road and moved forward. Protesters then left blocks on the road. #HongKongProtests https://t.co/kOBR193Obm

(13:35) Police are blocking the roads. #HongKongProtests https://t.co/b9AKC0PhFJ

(13:25) Tear gas shot. Protesters moved backwards to SOGO. #HongKongProtests https://t.co/8T9pghrjnD

(13:14) The crowd started to move. #HongKongProtests https://t.co/hKPNnsnPXR

(13:00) The police raised the blue warning, declared the meeting illegal, and asked the participants to disperse immediately. #HongKongProtests https://t.co/SP9MzcFM7E

(13:00) The police raised the blue warning, declared the meeting illegal, and asked the participants to disperse immediately. #HongKongProtests https://t.co/SP9MzcFM7E

(12:52) The US flag and colonial HK flag being raised outside SOGO. #HongKongProstests https://t.co/bLQNMYs0gm

(12:52) The US flag and colonial HK flag being raised outside SOGO. #HongKongProstests https://t.co/bLQNMYs0gm

(12:40) The convencer is taken on one of the 10 police cars and sent away at Gloucester road. #hkprotests https://t.co/WPXkvn5xSS

(12:37) The convener of the protest was controlled by the police, who led him in the direction of Admiralty. The protesters followed, calling slogans to the police on the way. #hkprotests https://t.co/EWUFgyeCYi

(12:18) Protesters start to shout out slogans. The displayed sign reads Anti-epidemic Health Lectures, which is used as the reason for their rally. The protest set to be started at 13:00 today was not approved by police. #HongKongProtests https://t.co/WJPJ4sipws

(12:13) More and more people gathering outside sogo cwb, estimated couple of hundreds. #HKProtests https://t.co/Et6Mk7VUT6

(12:13) More and more people gathering outside sogo cwb, estimated couple of hundreds. #HKProtests https://t.co/Et6Mk7VUT6

The aims of this year’s budget are “supporting enterprises, safeguarding jobs, stimulating the economy and relieving people’s burden”, Financial Secretary, Paul Chan Mo-po said in his fourth budget speech in the Legislative Council this morning.

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The aims of this year’s budget are “supporting enterprises, safeguarding jobs, stimulating the economy and relieving people’s burden”, Financial Secretary, Paul Chan Mo-po said in his fourth budget speech in the Legislative Council this morning. https://t.co/OYobOsYooL https://t.co/B02O9yYa74

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