Written by: Ling Yide
2019-11-30 20:37Last updated: 2019-12-01 02:14
Three months have passed since the violence at Prince Edward Station 831. After the incident, demonstrations clashed outside Prince Edward Station and Mong Kok Police Station for several months. Exit B1 was closed for more than two months. By the beginning of this month, B1 exit was reopened, and flower beds and cultural propaganda outside the exit had been cleared. Tonight, another netizen called for a memorial service outside Exit B1 of Prince Edward Station. At 8 pm, many citizens gathered outside the station and lit candles and presented white flowers. Police officers from Mong Kok Police Station stepped out of the police station to put white flowers Clear away.
Fire broke out at Mong Kok Station Exit C1. (Photo by Yu Ruijing)
↓↓ Mong Kok conflict situation after 1am ↓↓
↓↓ Mong Kok conflict situation from 12am to 1am ↓↓
 A social worker alleged that at least one person was taken on a police car on Shandong Street, and a police officer said that 3 people were arrested.
 The riot police landed, hunted down the demonstrators, and uniformed one at Exit C4 of Mong Kok MTR Station. The riot police ran to Portland Street to intercept a man and released him.
 Someone burnt debris at the junction of Nathan Road and Argyle Street in Mong Kok.
 Outside the Mong Kok Police Station, the riot police dispersed in the direction of Mong Kok Road and told the citizens to go home earlier before leaving.
 Some people set fire at Exit C1 of Mong Kok Station, and firefighters arrived to deal with it. At about 11.30, riot police released at least three tear gas bombs at the junction of Nathan Road and Argyle Street. At the scene, the police also fired rubber bullets.
 Demonstrators burned debris and set fire at the exit of Mong Kok Station. Police officers continued to advance in the direction of Mong Kok. ,
 A large number of riot police officers set up a line of defense on Nathan Road, held up the blue flag and advanced in the direction of Mong Kok, during which some bricks and roadblocks were cleared.
 After the riot police officers departed, demonstrators set up roadblocks on Prince Edward Road West and Nathan Road, and Nathan Road vehicles turned around and left.
 Riot police officers cleared the walking barrier out of Nathan Road outside Yu Rong Elementary School.
 Demonstrators lay down and blocked the road on Nathan Road. Police cars arrived and the protesters dispersed immediately.
 Someone shot laser police at the police station. The police car arrived again and raised the blue flag. The riot police cleared the West Barricade of Prince Edward Road.
 Demonstrators once again blocked the road with sundries in Prince Edward Road West. Police officers opened a microphone and raised a blue flag on the platform on the second floor of Mong Kok Police Station.
 Riot police officers returned to Mong Kok Police Station and boarded the police car to leave. Some citizens again put Baihua outside Exit B1.
 A large number of police officers were located off Exit C1 of Prince Edward Station. Items such as gas masks were found on the body. Later, a police officer said that someone was "snoring" and once held up the blue flag.
 MTR means that due to unexpected conditions outside the station, individual entrances and exits at Prince Edward Station have been closed, and the current train service remains normal.
 A woman suspected of being emotionally separated from her daughter outside Exit B2 of Prince Edward Station was rescued by the ambulanceman.
 The staff at Exit B1 of Prince Edward Station came to an end and locked the iron gate with a long iron lock.
 Riot police officers are still stationed outside Exit B1 of Prince Edward Station. A man quarreled with the police officer outside the station. The man claimed that he was "catch the elf" in the current mobile game. Catch slowly. "
 Police said that around 8 pm, demonstrators gathered on Nathan Road, Prince Edward, and set up roadblocks with debris. The traffic on the scene was seriously congested. Police have warned demonstrators that they are participating in "unauthorized assembly" and must immediately stop illegal acts. For security reasons, the report room service of the Mong Kok Police Station was suspended. Members of the public who have an emergency should call 999.
Some riot police officers posted a "police blockade crossing" sticker on their heads. (Photo by Yu Ruijing)
Demonstrators lay on the road on Nathan Road and blocked the road. (Photo by Yu Ruijing)
Someone shot laser police at the police station and the police raised a blue flag. (Photo by Yu Ruijing)
 While the riot police officers returned to the police car one after another, some citizens continued to yell at the police officers, and the riot police raised the blue flag again. Several other riot police stepped out of Mong Kok Police Station.
 Riot police officers outside Exit B1 of Prince Edward Station cleared Baihua and returned to Mong Kok Police Station. At the exit of C1, many riot police officers were still on alert.
 The riot police officers exited B1 at Prince Edward Station and cleared the white flowers and other items tied up by the citizens earlier.
 A woman was suspected of being injured in the face by a pepper ball, and was treated by a rescuer at the back alley of Portland Street.
 Riot police clear the roadblocks on West Road, Prince Edward Road.
 Several police cars drove off Mong Kok Police Station on Nathan Road. The riot police got out of the car and raised the blue flag, calling on those present to leave immediately. A riot policeman held a pepperball gun and suspected that he had fired several pepperballs. Another policeman asked the reporter to return to the sidewalk, during which he was holding a pepper spray and pointed at the reporter.
 Some people at the scene burned clothes on the sidewalk off Exit C1 of Prince Edward Station. Many firefighters came to understand.
 Police officers are inspecting the environment on the second floor of the Mong Kok Police Station, during which someone is using laser light to the police.
 Vehicles on Nathan Road heading for Mong Kok near Prince Edward Road West still cannot pass, while vehicles on Prince Edward Road West heading for Tai Kok Tsui can still turn into Nathan Road and leave, but some protesters continue to throw debris out of Nathan Road attempts to hinder the vehicle from advancing.
 People gathered outside Nathan Road near Exit C1, continually accusing and calling slogans in the direction of the Mong Kok Police Station, and then someone threw debris out of Prince Edward Road West Road as a roadblock, and there were demonstrations at the junction of Nathan Road Blocked the vehicle from advancing.
 Demonstrators gathered at Nathan Road and Prince Edward Road west, one after the other, and many people opened their umbrellas at Exit C1. The demonstrators later dispersed, and the iron gate at Exit C1 was seized by a rubber band. Staff inside the station instructed the people inside the station to return to the station, and then closed the gate at Exit C2.
Riot police officers arrived to raise the blue flag. (Photo by Huang Yiyang)
A woman was suspected to be injured in the face of a pepperball ejection.
On August 31, there was a serious conflict at Prince Edward Station. Demonstrators suspected a dispute with the citizens in the car. Later, a large number of Athlon and riot police officers entered the platform on the station, pursued it on the platform, and only went to the car. The person wearing the mask waved a truncheon and sprayed Hu Shi. Many people were injured and their heads were bleeding. More than 60 people were arrested in the police incident.
After the incident, there have been rumors of wounded disappearance and "killing people" rumors that night. The government and the police have repeatedly clarified and denied that MTR released 26 screenshots of the CCTV that night. Television caused public dissatisfaction and asked MTR to surrender CCTV at Prince Edward Station that night. Since the 831 incident, citizens have paid tribute to the flowers at Exit B1 of Prince Edward Station for several days, and posted a message. MTR has not responded to the public's request. Exits B1 and C1 have been closed. By early November, the MTR reopened Prince Edward Station Exit B1, and the flower beds and cultural propaganda outside the exit had been cleared.
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