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[11.21 direct hit] Vice President of PolyU clean kitchen students school director refers to poor sanitary environment

2019-11-21T08:11:09.524Z

The anti-examination dispute continues. Apart from the fact that there are still demonstrators staying at the Polytechnic University, the netizens launched the "Dawn Operation" today (21st), calling for "come with you" during the busy traffic hours in the morning. During the working hours, the MTR has many obstacles to train doors. After pressing the emergency incident, the trains returned to normal. The vice president of PolyU had entered the campus, advised the demonstrators who left behind to leave, and helped clean the canteen kitchen. "Hong Kong 01" will broadcast live coverage of each district.



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Written by: Golden Chess Mai Kaiyin Hu Jiaxin Huang Weilun

2019-11-21 07:35

Last updated date: 2019-11-21 16:01

The anti-examination dispute continues. Apart from the fact that there are still demonstrators staying at the Polytechnic University, the netizens launched the "Dawn Operation" today (21st), calling for "come with you" during the busy traffic hours in the morning. During the working hours, the MTR has many obstacles to train doors. After pressing the emergency incident, the trains returned to normal. The vice president of PolyU had entered the campus, advised the demonstrators who left behind to leave, and helped clean the canteen kitchen.

"Hong Kong 01" will broadcast live coverage of each district.

[15:30] Li Aoran, a university student manager, met with reporters. He said that people who are still staying in school are not unwilling to face criminal responsibility. They are worried that they cannot be treated fairly after being arrested. They are worried that they will be beaten by the police and reflect the public. Lost trust in the government and the police. He also pointed out that due to the total evacuation of first-aid volunteers and the poor health environment in the school, there is concern about the "humanitarian crisis" on the campus, and the injured are not treated properly, but it is still difficult to calculate how many people remain on campus.

Li Ao-ran also said that the court did not complete nearly 300 people involved in the Li Da conflict in the early hours of last night. The judges pointed out that the prosecution's handling was not satisfactory. Li described this as "retaliation and intimidation of Hong Kong people." He also said that the school will send staff to the school to count the damage of chemicals, but there is no real time. Li Ao-ran said that according to his understanding, the current shortage of food on campus is "one month." He also said that he did not know the health of the left-behind people on campus. He told the school to deal with the slow reaction. He only went to the dining hall for the first time in the afternoon. He urged the school to deal with the health problems in the school as soon as possible.

Li Ao-ran is a candidate for the District Council election in Yau Tsim Mong Kok Tsui North Constituency.

[15:20] A group of scholars and people from the social welfare circles announced that they had started a hunger strike until the district council election was over. They asked the Chief Executive Lin Zhengyue to set up an independent investigation committee to investigate the conflict between the public and the police and the root cause of the protest, and should announce a specific timetable for the implementation of the universal suffrage within one month. To help resolve the spiraling conflict between the public and the police/government, the government should make amnesties for demonstrators, especially those with lesser crime. They also urged the authorities to encourage demonstrators still on campus to leave without being hurt.

They also asked the government to ensure that the district board elections held on November 24 will not be cancelled or postponed.

[15:15] City University President Guo Wei came to PolyU for the first time. He left after ten minutes of stay, and said that he could not find a city student this time, and he also felt that the environmental sanitation in the dining hall was bad.

Guo said that I hope that the peace can be completed here, and that the left-behind people are healthy. They describe Hong Kong as a splendid place. They must have a spirit of unity and everyone should work together to resolve the incident. He also called on the remaining city students to leave, stressing that the school would seek fair treatment for them.

[14:55] On the campus of PolyU, City University President Guo Wei was present. He pointed out that there were still two city students staying on campus, but they have not confirmed it. I feel sorry for this. He and the city staff went to the dining hall. Places to find students.

[14:05] Central: IFC "and you lunch", hundreds of people gathered in the mall called slogans and singing for about an hour, and after 2 pm, they dispersed peacefully.

[13:10] PolyU: There were left-behind demonstrators holding the American flag. They suddenly stood in front of the Vice-President of PolyU, Wei Bingjiang, who was on the campus. He asked him about the purpose of PolyU and asked for dialogue. He asked Wei to go to the dining hall to clean with him, and the defender promised. Weizhi, knowing that the dining hall is in a bad environment, some people are uncomfortable after eating, so they promised to clean. Wei and vice president Yang Liwei and other staff wore gloves and moved the garbage bags in the kitchen to the outside through the back door.

[13:00] Nearly a hundred people gathered in the ifc atrium in Central. Many people put on masks and shouted slogans such as "Five major demands, indispensable" and sang "Glory to Hong Kong."

[10:04] Vice President (Student Affairs) of the Polytechnic University (Student Affairs) Yang Liwei and Vice President (Scientific Research Development) Wei Bingjiang came to the campus to inspect the environment. The two said that if they encounter left-behind demonstrators, they will try their best to advise them. They left.

[09:28] As the government's free ferry was relatively sparse during off-peak hours, some people switched to the new ferry at the next pier to go to North Point. New ferry flights run every 30 minutes.

[09:13] The number of police officers on the platform of the Admiralty Station increased. During the interview with the platform, the reporter was also asked by the police to produce an identity card for registration. The platform on the direction of Admiralty Station to Chai Wan still has a large number of passengers waiting for the platform.

[09:00] In terms of the Hung Hom ferry, due to factors such as rising tides and falling passengers, passengers at 8:30 were officially opened at 8:50, but the waiting citizens did not complain, and many continued to read newspapers and food. Line up for breakfast. The staff laughed and said, "I will definitely do it later, and try to do it." The free ferry was changed to one hour.

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On November 21, as the government's free ferry flights were relatively sparse during off-peak hours, some people switched to the new ferry at the next pier to go to North Point. New ferry flights run every 30 minutes. (Photo by McCain)

[08:45] Nearly every train on Mong Kok Station has to wait for a few minutes before it can be opened. The train broadcast means that the train service will be slightly delayed because the train in front has not yet been opened.

[08:33] Mong Kok Station Kwun Tong Line On the platform of the Whampoa and Tsuen Wan Lines to Central, a large number of passengers are waiting for passengers. The platform is crowded with people. It is also very difficult for passengers to get off the train. The train doors have not been closed for several times. . In addition, at least 10 people wearing plain clothes and naming "statistical staff" brands can be seen on the platform, and the train arrival time is recorded on the platform.

[08:23] At 8:30, the flight is about to arrive. Mr. Zhou, who is in work at Wanchai and headed, said that he arrived at Hung Hom Ferry Pier at about 7:50 but failed to board the ship. He is satisfied with the arrangement of the Government. "The situation is that there is no traffic in Hong Kong. It is really a dead city." He hopes that even after the completion of the anti-reform incident, the Government can consider maritime transport traffic and divert the public. "Always choose more comparisons. it is good."

[08:20] There are several people wearing black shirts on Dayongqiao Road in Shatian.

[08:15] On the platform of the Kwun Tong Line of Prince Edward Station, many passengers caused the platform to squeeze.

[08:05] The MTR said that there are many incidents on the Hong Kong Island Line and Tsuen Wan Line that hinder train doors and push the emergency system. The journey time is estimated to take an additional 5-10 minutes.

[08:00] The MTR Kowloon Tong Station broadcast said that the train service would be delayed by 5 to 10 minutes. As you can see on the spot, there are trains on the platform waiting for a few minutes to open, but no large number of passengers are waiting on the platform.

On November 21st, most citizens will be able to board the ship 10 to 15 minutes before the arrival of the Hung Hom ferry. (Photo by McCain)

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[07:50] Many people said that they had learned from the experience of taking a ferry yesterday. Today, there is no intention to wait too much to wait for the boat. The reporter observed on the spot that most of the citizens can successfully board the ship 10 to 15 minutes before the flight arrives. The shipping company staff revealed that each class of ships can carry at least 180 people, and the big ship can carry up to 380 people. At present, there are three ships on both routes, and the queued people will appear before 8:00 am and 8:30 am.

[07:38] The MTR stated that there were a number of incidents on the Kwun Tong Line that hindered the train doors and pressed the emergency, and the train service was delayed. The journey time between the Kwun Tong Line to Whampoa Station and Tai King Heights Station is estimated to take an additional 5 to 10 minutes.

[07:28] Li, who was in Zhongwan 5 in Wanchai District, chose to ferry service from the beginning of the resumption of classes yesterday. According to yesterday's experience, the ship was separated at 7:30 in the morning. He arrived at 7:10 and was waiting for it. Going on board smoothly.

[07:20] Two free ferry services arranged by the government, every half hour during peak hours. Approximately 200 people can be picked up for each class of boats. The number of people at the Hung Hom Ferry Pier this morning was significantly lower than that of yesterday. There were only about a few dozen people.

[07:18] The MTR Kowloon Tong Station Kwun Tong Line platform has a large number of passengers during peak hours in the morning. However, no one has blocked the doors from closing or blocking the trains, and the trains can be smoothly opened.

[11.21] The MTR Yuen Long Station closed at 2 pm and the government arranged a free shuttle bus.

[11.20. PolyU] suck three days of tears away from the 14 students in the school principal: I will give up!

[11.20. PolyU] Parents stay outside the school and look forward to the police arrangement to enter the school with her daughter to leave safely

[11.20 PolyU] The first emergency evacuation: the mental state of the health and stay demonstrators is far from the middle

[11.20 PolyU] Building a braker's red tunnel to clear the roadblock police refused to enter the blockade

[11.20 PolyU] Demonstrators escaping from the campus through the canals

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Source: hk1

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