Author: Liang Huanmin Yuan Wei Mai Kaiyin Chen Jingqi Zhang Meihua Hou Cailin Deng Yinglin Huang Weilun Zheng Jiaru Kong Fanyu
2019-11-19 07:37Last updated: 2019-11-20 04:43
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University area became a "battlefield" from noon on Sunday (17th). The police dispatched water cannons and armored vehicles to confront the black people. The police later indicated that they would not rule out the use of live ammunition. For two days and nights, the front line extended to Yau Tsim Mong. By about 11 pm yesterday (18th), the Chief Lecturer of the University of Hong Kong Law School, Mr. Zhang Daming, and the former President of the Legislative Council, Zeng Yucheng, accompanied the PolyU demonstrators to leave. The situation was a little slow. Today, on the morning of the 19th, the president of PolyU, Teng Jinguang, briefly appeared near the PolyU campus since the conflict.
There were still demonstrators who insisted on staying at the PolyU campus this morning. Some people were accompanied by Zhang Daming or the division commander. The police searched and copied the identity card number before leaving.
Zhang Xiang, president of the University of Hong Kong.
[02:18] A person who accompanied the President of the University of Hong Kong, Zhang Xiang, said that Zhang Xiang knew that at least one Hong Kong university student still stayed at PolyU and had been in contact with WhatsApp. However, he was unable to persuade him to leave. The two met last night. The meeting was closed on campus, but the student did not meet at the end.
[02:14] Zhang Xiang, the president of the University of Hong Kong, has left PolyU. He said that he could not find a Hong Kong university student at the scene.
[02:00] Xia Zhicheng, the bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong, and the former president of the Hong Kong Christian Methodist Church, Mr. Yuan Tianyou, stayed at PolyU for 4 hours and met with the media after meeting with about 7 or 8 left-behind demonstrators. The two revealed that the demonstrators who stayed behind were tired and felt anxious and confused, but there was no next decision, but the left-behind people had their own opinions and ideas. They did not intend to leave the university for the time being, but Xia Zhicheng and Yuan Tianyou felt sorry and could not At least one or two demonstrators will accompany the PolyU through this persuasion. At present, the two have left contact methods and hope that the demonstrators will feel the care and support. In addition, Xia Zhicheng said that there were no college students among the demonstrators he contacted, but there were working people and middle school students. He and Yuan Tianyou once told the left-behind people that they were willing to accompany them to the police station.
In the early morning of November 20th, Zhang Xiang, the president of the University of Hong Kong, appeared in PolyU. (photo by Zhang Haowei)
[00:44] Zhang Xiang, president of the University of Hong Kong, accompanied by Zhang Daming, dean of the Law School of the University of Hong Kong, arrived at PolyU and appeared in G Core. Ye Jianyuan and Chen Peiran were also present. After they discussed it, they would tell the reporter details.
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[11.19 PolyU] Some people escaped through the rain channel and lost their frogs due to the depth of the water.
[11:19 PolyU] by stepping into the burnt-smelt campus to see food shortages
[11.19 PolyU] Shortage of supplies tens of thousands of first-aid volunteers were not arrested after evacuating their registration status
[11.19 PolyU] A number of demonstrators, rescuers, escaped when they evacuated, and were arrested on the road.
[23:47] There were several people arrested in the South Street of Sai Yeung Choi in Mong Kok. The police officers on the scene once pushed the reporters away to block the reporters' shots. They also pointed out that the reporters did not stop when the citizens were beaten. The reporter looked away from the distance. After at least two of the arrested persons fell to the ground, police officers poured water on their faces. Later, several police officers will lift the arrested. Police officers have been photographed to pour water on the heads of the demonstrators who have been subdued. The police explained that he was cleaning the wounds.
[23:45] The number of people arrested after the escape of PolyU: 12 men and 3 women
[23:25] Science and Technology University Science and Technology Road: Dozens of first-aid first aid officers left the Polytechnic University along the Science Museum Road. According to first-time assistant Andy, they were being interviewed by the police in batches and asked to show their ID card and provide their address. Andy added that when he was interviewed, he noticed that about 20 people on the road behind him tried to break through from the Polytechnic University but failed. Then about 30 police officers were subdued.
[23:00] The police said that as of 11 pm, nearly 800 people left the PolyU peacefully and were investigated by the police. Nearly 300 of them were under the age of 18.
[22:47] PolyU: The demonstrators who failed to escape were subdued by the police, and their hands were tied and tied with ropes. There were men and women.
[22:42] PolyU: During the evacuation of the first-aiders during the police inspection, someone rushed out of the plane and escaped. At least seven people were subdued by the police.
[22:39] Argyle Street and Nathan Road, there are stone rafts, it is known that about ten demonstrators joined forces to roll it to the center of the road.
On November 19, there were stone rafts at Argyle Street and Nathan Road in Mong Kok. It is known that about 10 demonstrators joined forces to roll it to the center of the road. (Photo by Yang Yuting)
[22:30] PolyU: About 20 volunteer first aid officers, accompanied by Ye Jianyuan, a member of the education council, left the PolyU campus.
On the evening of November 19, the new Commissioner of Police, Deng Bingqiang, visited the University of PolyU. (Wireless News)
[22:15] Deng Bingqiang, the director of the new police department, went to Kangzhuang Road outside the Polytechnic University to inspect.
[22:13] Xia Zhicheng, the bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong, and the former president of the Hong Kong Christian Methodist Church, Mr. Yuan Tianyou, and the former Financial Secretary Luo Yongcong, entered the PolyU campus. Xia Zhicheng and Yuan Tianyou said that they would listen to the voices of young people.
On the evening of November 19th, Xia Zhicheng, the assistant bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong, and Mr. Yuan Tianyou, the former president of the Hong Kong Christian Methodist Church, entered the Polytechnic University and hoped to listen to the voice of young people. (photo by Kong Fanyu)
[22:00] Mong Kok: More than 10 police vehicles from the Kowloon West Police Headquarters from Waterloo Road to Mong Kok.
[21:52] Mong Kok: The demonstrators had to set up roadblocks on the bricks at Nathan Road, and there were blades in the brick array.
[21:49] University of Technology clarification:
Today (November 19) there are rumors on the Internet that the top management and the police have reached a consensus that the last day is to let the teachers and lawyers enter the campus to help the school leave, and the PolyU campus will be blocked by tomorrow, allowing the police to enter the area for search. . PolyU hereby sternly clarifies that it is absolutely not true to upload words.
[21:30] About 20 volunteer first aid officers will step out of the campus. Those who leave the campus also include volunteers who have been helping to cook.
On November 19, 20 first-aid first aid officers and some left-behind people of PolyU will leave. MSF has sent staff to assist. (photo by Yu Junliang)
[21:29] Mong Kok: Some demonstrators once surrounded the Bank of China at Nathan Oil Street, Nathan Road, and suspected that flammable materials were placed in front of the iron plates. Suddenly, riot police officers rushed out of the oil street and the demonstrators dispersed. A riot police officer criticized the reporter for not stopping, and then left along Yanyou Street.
[20:38] Outside the Tsim Sha Tsui Space Museum, there are educational gatherings to support science students. Someone shared that he is already in Tsim Sha Tsui for 36 hours and has friends at the Polytechnic University. A Christian middle school student said that he had participated in a peaceful gathering to express his appeal. He did not understand why some people thought that the student was wrong. He also asked why the chief executive Lin Zhengyue had not been sanctioned. He said that when the public was unreasonably treated by the police, Lin Zheng Yuezhen "have done it."
[20:10] More than 20 of the PolyU’s left-bee first-aid volunteers met with the reporter’s decision to leave.
The representative of the first-aid volunteer said that he decided to leave PolyU. She said that in the past, the conflict was fierce. The front-line volunteers could help the injured and prevent the injury from worsening. Based on humanitarianism, I entered Lida First Aid. About 40 to 50 volunteers had been in the first place, and they have left in the past few days, so they decided to leave now.
Chen Pei-ran, a member of the medical legislature who met the reporter, said that in a matter of minutes, there is a big difference in whether or not treatment can be done. Whether it is a doctor or a nurse, it is very useful and he is very admired. He said that the first-aid volunteers are helping Hong Kong citizens, journalists, foreign tourists, etc., and encountering different injuries such as tear gas bombs and sprains. In Hong Kong, the voluntary first aid work is very important.
One of the first-aid volunteers said that the biggest problem encountered in PolyU was bleeding, which consumed a lot of medical supplies. In addition, many people had fractures and needed a lot of human and material resources. "Our duties are hard and arduous." Another first-aid first-rate rescuer said that because of the situation of the Polytechnic University, the number of demonstrators has become less and less, there is no other material to enter, and there are fewer and fewer water and food. The people attending the press conference have fulfilled their obligations. The responsibility of the first responder, therefore, choose to leave the Polytechnic University tonight to protect their rights and security.
[20:23] At that time, there was something litter in Mong Kok, and the fire was on fire to put out the fire.
[19:50] Chen Peiran, a member of the Legislative Council of the medical profession, learned about the situation today at the Polytechnic University. He told reporters that he assisted more than a dozen rescued ambulancemen last night. He was released on bail, but the charges were not disclosed. He knows that there are still about 20 first-aid first-rate rescuers in PolyU. He admits that he can help as a medical staff. He heard the left-behind people say that he hopes to see the last person safely and understands the uneasiness of being a medical staff member.
[19:05] Some netizens started tonight at 7:00, and they were in the space museum. "There are dozens of people outside the space museum. Some people wear black clothes and wear masks. There are police cars passing by from time to time.
[18:38] Someone on the Internet called for a gathering at the Science Museum in Tsim Sha Tsui at 7 pm to support the demonstrators staying at the Polytechnic University. The reporters saw at the scene that no one had gathered.
[18:28] At Nathan Road, there were protesters yelling at Shanghai Street and Shandong Road, and police officers were there. The scene people immediately left the road.
[18:25] In the evening, the "SOS" (Salvation) logo appeared on the PolyU campus platform. According to the local people, the sign is that a man in a black shirt went to the square to build a rescue sentence with clothes. He expects the international community to pay attention and support.
[18:13] After the police officers left the scene, dozens of demonstrators immediately kicked the bricks back to the road and continued to block the road. Some people called on the speakers to continue their struggle. Some people shouted the slogan "Recovering Hong Kong, the revolution of the times."
[18:08] At the scene, nearly 100 people were swearing at the police officers. After they were on the pavement, some people boarded the police car and left.
[18:00] Some police officers on the road called on the crowd to immediately go up the road, otherwise they will take action and the police officers will ask the reporter to retreat at the same time.
[17:55] The riot police raised a blue flag on Nathan Road to warn people in the vicinity to disperse. They kicked off the bricks on the road.
[17:47] A group of riot police arrived and the demonstrators stepped back. Police officers instructed the citizens of Shandong Street on Nathan Road to leave immediately. Some police officers used batons to strike the glass sills in the roadside barrels for inspection.
[17:44] At the scene, a group of black people called for a trip to Tsim Sha Tsui to support college students and began to move toward Yau Ma Tei.
[17:27] In Mong Kok, the demonstrators tied a number of ropes to the railings along Nathan Road to block the road. At present, the Nathan Road from Nathan Road to the Yalan Center and the junction of Shandong Street are full of bricks.
[17:26] Xu Zhifeng, who stayed at PolyU for two nights, left the Polytechnic University but the police officers were not arrested. Xu Zhifeng bluntly felt inexplicable because the police indicated that people who had left PolyU had to be arrested, but they did not know why they were not arrested. He believes that arrest is to use politics to judge who is arrested, because he sleeps for two nights like many people. He said that he would return to the Polytechnic University first, hoping to find more people under the age of 18 to help them leave.
[17:10] A masked riot police officer told the departing person that they would be placed in the waiting area and stressed that they would not use force.
[17:00] People who left the Polytechnic University, waiting for the police to check their identity cards and search. Some of the members of the "Guardian Children" group and preachers are seen on the spot. The people on the scene did not have any struggles and resistance.
[16:55] Xu Zhifeng, a member of the Democratic Legislative Council, led dozens of people to leave the Polytechnic University, accompanied by Zhang Daming, chief lecturer of the Law School of the University of Hong Kong. The people who left were dressed in casual clothes, not black, and some people used clothing to cover their looks. Anti-riot police and ambulance alert.
[16:49] MSF entered PolyU and did not answer questions from reporters.
[16:45] There was a roadblock in Mong Kok in the afternoon.
[16:26] Hong Kong Polytechnic University Statement:
PolyU management and teachers continue to go all out to the campus to advise people on campus to leave. PolyU requires the police not to enter the campus for the time being, so that those still on campus have the opportunity to leave peacefully and safely. PolyU reiterated that it hopes that all those arrested will be treated humanely and fairly.
Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Chairman Dr. Lin Dahui, President of the University, Professor Teng Jinguang, Executive Vice President and Professor Chen Zhenghao, Executive Vice President, Dr. Lu Lihua, Vice President (Campus Development and Facilities Management) Mr. Tang Shiheng, Vice President (Research Development) Professor Wei Bingjiang, Vice President of Engineering (Student Affairs) Professor Yang Liwei, engineer
[16:00] Xu Zhifeng: After discussion, dozens of people will leave PolyU and still stay behind.
Xu Zhifeng, a member of the Democratic Legislative Council, pointed out that in the morning and afternoon, the young demonstrators on the scene spent a lot of time thinking and discussing the advantages and disadvantages between staying and leaving. Xu Zhifeng believes that the mainstream view is that more people think that they should leave the campus because many people have slept for two or three nights in the school. They are exhausted and physically exhausted in confrontation conflicts. They are not equipped with food and water. In the case of water and grain breakage, it is very inhuman. Considering these points, I feel that I should leave.
Xu Zhifeng said that the mainstream voice plans to leave, but also believes that the police practice is inhumane because it was announced at the outset that everyone will be arrested for rioting crimes, but many people are in school and are legitimate, legitimate and humanitarian reasons, such as journalists and first aid workers. Did not do a little bit illegal. He said that a large number of students indicated that they would stay behind. They insisted that they were reasonable and did not break the law. They believed that the police should not enter the school, but if the police enter the campus, they will not resist. However, Xu Zhifeng said frankly that if the police enter the school, there may be conflicts, and it is the most stupid way for the police to enter the campus.
Xu Zhifeng is hard to estimate how many people are on campus, but dozens of people will leave, and there will be more than ten people left behind. He believes that the person who chooses to leave is not willing to do so, but is forced to break the grain and exhausted, and is forced to helpless. As for the seriously injured person, Xu Zhifeng believes that he has left, and the rest are mostly minor and able to move people. In addition, he said that there are still people under the age of 18 on campus, but they do not know the numbers, but believe in a few.
Xu Zhifeng is currently a member of the Central and Western District Central District, and will be re-elected in the current district board election. The opponent is Huang Zhongwei of the founding party.
[15:38] Teng Jinguang, the president of the Polytechnic University, briefly appeared on campus at 3 pm. He expressed his wish to visit the campus, but the whole journey took less than two minutes to facilitate the departure of Block A. He told the reporter in English that he hoped that the students would leave the scene and that they would have close contact with the police and would meet with the students at a later time. No other reply to the reporter's other questions.
[15:05] At the center of Yalan near Yalan, there were black people trying to block the road with bricks. The police car came later, and the black people left and the police car left.
[15:00] St. Mary's College announced that it will not resume classes tomorrow and will suspend classes until Friday (22nd).
[14:40] At Nathan Road in Yau Ma Tei, vehicles such as dump trucks are clearing roadblocks and there are still umbrellas and other debris on the road.
[14:30] The women's Diocesan College said that because the campus may have residual materials such as tear gas, it will take time to process, so it will not resume classes tomorrow, and will be suspended until Friday (22nd).
[14:25] The riot police have boarded the police car to leave. The people in the Central District did not have a gathering.
[13:57] The police raised the blue flag again, and the people on the scene were emotional.
[13:54] Some netizens launched "and you lunch" in Central. A man wearing a black shirt was once subdued by the police, and other people shouted "released." The man was later released.
[13:45] Some exits at MTR Central Station were closed; the police requested taxis from the taxi stand in Pedder Street to drive away.
[13:30] In Pedder Street, Central, some netizens initiated "and you lunch", and the police raised the blue flag four times.
[13:10] The Education Bureau announced that all primary and secondary schools in Hong Kong will resume classes tomorrow (20th).
[12:35] Deng Zhenqiang, president of the middle school principals' meeting, said that about 320 middle school students under the age of 18 have been away from PolyU by the principal or teacher since last night.
[12:32] It was very worrying for parents to go to the police blockade line "forbidden zone". She said with tears, "I have been trapped on Saturday (PolyU), and my family is worried about it!"
[12:20] Explosives handling personnel went to Temple Street and were moving petrol bombs, white oil and so on. Senior Police Superintendent Alick MCWHIRTER is also present and all explosives will be brought on board.
[12:07] In the vicinity of the Temple of the Victory Mahjong Museum, the police pulled the blockade line and indicated that there was suspected corrosive material.
[11:50] The reporter saw at the scene that the campus was a mess, with a strong smell of tear gas, and some areas have become scorched earth. Many people look awkward, and young demonstrators on the campus are hiding and crying. Mr. Chen, a young demonstrator who stayed at the University of Science and Technology, said that many people were also tired and only thought about leaving different ways. He also noticed that some demonstrators began to squat with the police.
[11:00] This morning, there are still more than 100 demonstrators staying in the Polytechnic University, mostly young people. The reporter saw at the scene that at least 30 middle school students under the age of 18 registered their identity cards at the A exit. They followed the principal after filming the appearance and another young demonstrator said that they would not leave.
[10:20] About 10 demonstrators who stayed at the Polytechnic University left PolyU with the assistance of an ambulanceman.
[08:23] Three demonstrators who had reached the age of 18 failed to break through and were arrested by the police at the export of PolyU.
[08:10] There is a private car with the "Athlon" in Chatham Road South, and two armored vehicles and water cannons are parked on the road.
[07:57] At least 5 riot police stations were stationed at Chatham Road South and Granville Road in Tsim Sha Tsui. Police officers directed traffic at the junctions. Police officers were equipped with long guns.
[07:55] At PolyU, four young men left with the teacher, during which they were searched by the police and copied their identity cards.
[07:50] There is a truck in Cameron Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. It is suspected to be used as a roadblock in the fierce battle between the police and the police. The driver came to arrange it early in the morning.
[07:34] Zhang Daming said that he would like to continue the assistants left behind the demonstrators to leave, the police allowed the cooperation to have no deadline. He also pointed out that there are currently more than 300 to 400 left-wing demonstrators, and more than 200 demonstrators are under 18 years of age.
At PolyU, four young men left with the teacher and were searched and copied by the police before leaving. (photo by Liang Huanmin)
[11.18 PolyU] The headmasters of the public have won more than seven hours and ended with dozens of trapped students leaving
[11.18] 10 ambulances were suspended in the fruit bar and caused more than 10 black people to be arrested.
[11.18 PolyU] Going back to school in the early morning to understand the situation Teng Jinguang: Has assisted 45 left-behind people to leave
[11.18 PolyU] Zeng Yucheng Zhang Daming and a number of secondary school principals guarded 100 students leaving the campus
[11.18. Photo album] PolyU's siege intensified conflicts all day red Tsim Sha Tsui guns
[11.18 PolyU] Ye Jianyuan cited the police: students under the age of 18 do not arrest photographs and records
[11.18] PolyU nearly 100 demonstrators flybridge escaped the police for half an hour and rushed to shoot tear gas
[11.18] Zeng Yucheng entered the PolyU and the demonstrators and promised to go out without being rude
[11.18] Water gun car "甩辘" Armored car puncture police: equipment status will not be public
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