Enter the 2019.08.17 22:28
Let's keep 20 000 teachers, students together, with Nauryz holiday Monkok protesters and police clashes
The "anti-violence" against the government is a big rally with a discount of 470,000 people
Tomorrow's general meeting against repatriates' basic law … China's intervention and endurance
The armed police at the Liberation Army were placed 10 minutes away from the Hong Kong border, which actually led to armed demonstrations.
Mass protest protests are continuing for 11 weeks in a row since June and it is expected that this weekend will be a water reservoir that will determine whether China will have heavy rainfall in Hong Kong.
According to Ming-Bo, a charter in the Hong Kong Central Park Charter Garden has been held to support students with nearly 17,000 teachers who have been rebelling against repatriation.
At a rally organized by the Teacher's Association, teachers traveled from the Charter Gardens to Secretary Carrie Ram's official residence and released the slogans, "Keep the next generation," and "Conduct our conscience."
"Most of the detainees who were arrested and injured during the opposition process are students," said the President of the Penguwa Teachers Association. "Youth and students are our future, so we have to protect them".
Teachers' rally started in the morning in peaceful conditions and continued in the afternoon.
Additionally, at 3 pm, anti-repatriation rallies and marches with hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong citizens were held in Hwanghom District of the Kovlon Peninsula.
The rally and the rally were approved by the police, but after the incident, hundreds of demonstrators marched on the neighboring Mong Kok police station and went off in the unknown direction.
Protesters blasted the police station with a laser pointer, and some protesters threw eggs and water bottles into the police.
After the warning, the police dispersed the protesters with police and the armed police.
Meanwhile, Chinese officials have urged the streets to resume the "Hong Kong stability."
The Hong Kong Trustees Federation held an anti-violence rally in the Admiralty Tama Park in central Hong Kong from 17.00 hours and saved Hong Kong.
The organizer said that 476,000 people attended the meeting.
They called for an extraordinary level of chaos caused by mass protests in June, urging them to stop violence and divide China and Hong Kong.
The mass rally will be held in the middle of the 18th, and tensions escalate in Hong Kong.
The Civil Rights Office, which oversees major city demonstrations, at 10 am in Victoria Park, holding a large-scale rally against the law of reprisals and condemning the strict police bans.
Hong Kong police have expressed concern over the protests and said they were allowed to hold a rally in the Victoria park on Wednesday.
Recently, the Chinese government has criticized some of Hong Kong's protesters as "close to terrorism" and warned that if the situation persists, it can interfere.
In some areas, police and protesters have been in controversy, including Monk Cox, but a series of protests against Hong Kong's repatriation take place simultaneously from Sunday through Sunday to interrupt Chinese intervention.
The meeting took place on the 16th day at Charter Gardens Park, attended by about 60,000 university students, including university students.
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