Alex Chow Tsz-lok

Memorial Ceremonies Disrupted by Hong Kong Police Over Weekend

A number of incidents of police violence against demonstrators took place in Hong Kong over the weekend. This was inclusive of a series of arrests by police which took place on early morning Saturday, as well as police violence on Sunday against both attendees of memorials for deceased demonstrators and participants in a demonstration against a planned COVID-19 quarantine clinic. Attacks on pro-democracy city councilors also took place on Monday from pro-police and pro-Beijing groups... Read More

Clashes in Hong Kong On Six Month Anniversary of Prince Edward MTR Clearance

Protests broke out in Hong Kong over the weekend, with clashes erupting between police and demonstrators on Saturday, February 29th in Mong Kok. Demonstrators were commemorating the six month anniversary of the police clearance operation that took place in the Prince Edward MTR station on August 31st... Read More

Shopping Mall Protests and Memorials for the Fallen Take Place Over the Weekend in Hong Kong

Police violence against protestors again took place in Hong Kong yesterday. Police violence yesterday took place after protest activities in shopping malls, billed as a form of Christmas shopping, and memorial activities for Marco Leung, who is viewed as the first protestor to die connected to the movement... Read More