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[12.15] Liang Lingjie recalls the long queues of people constantly lining up to lay flowers at Pacific Place

2019-12-15T15:05:10.541Z

On June 15, this year, Liang Lingjie, 35, asked the government to withdraw the amendment of the Fugitive Offenders at the dangerous station at Admiralty Plaza, but unfortunately fell to the floor and died. Today is the half-anniversary after the incident. Some netizens have launched Liang Lingjie's retrospective tonight (15th) at 7:30. The retrospective will begin outside Taikoo Plaza at 7.30pm, and netizens call on participants to bring their own flowers.



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Written by: Luo Jiaqing and Xiao Bin

2019-12-15 19:29

Last updated: 2019-12-15 22:57

On June 15, this year, Liang Lingjie, 35, asked the government to withdraw the amendment of the Fugitive Offenders at the dangerous station at Admiralty Plaza, but unfortunately fell to the floor and died. Today is the half-anniversary after the incident. Some netizens have launched Liang Lingjie's retrospective tonight (15th) at 7:30. The retrospective will begin outside Taikoo Plaza at 7.30pm, and netizens call on participants to bring their own flowers.

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[22:15] The event was originally scheduled to end at 10 pm, but the queue of people presenting flowers is still maintained outside the Government Office.

[21:05] Some people shouted the slogan "Revert Hong Kong, the Revolution of the Times", and then someone present held up the pause gesture and called for the slogan to stop. The crowd then stopped and continued to raise the mobile phone light. The other dragons lining up to present flowers are still "snake cakes" outside the Government Office.

[20:41] Citizens participating in the mourning sang "Sing Hallelujah to the Lord", and the driver rang as a vehicle passed to show their support.

[20:30] Someone yelled "Rehabilitate Hong Kong" on the tram, and the people responded with "the revolution of the times"; the number of people lining up to present flowers is still increasing, and some people sit on the floor and sit on origami cranes.

Approximately 20 riot police on-site alert

[20:00] The queue of people lining up flowers is getting longer and longer, and the tail of the dragon reaches a position outside the High Court. Nearly 1,000 people participate in the event.

[19:52] Someone put a "FREE HK" sign on the road outside Pacific Place.

[19:45] Opposite the memorial area at Pacific Place, there are 4 riot police stationed. Near Leli Road, about 20 riot police officers were on alert, and some policemen held round shields.

[19:40] The number of people participating in the event continued to increase, and more than 500 people gathered at the scene.

[19:32] Many citizens lined up outside Taikoo Plaza to present flowers. Some people lit candles on the ground to mourn. Some people presented the singing song "Sing hallelujah to the lord".

[19:22] Some netizens launched a "Remembrance Seminar on the 50th Anniversary of Liang Lingjie" outside Pacific Place in Admiralty at night. As seen at the scene, about 300 people gathered for the time being, many wearing masks and holding flowers.

Liang Lingjie's parents, members of the Ji Hong Kong People's Care and Mourning Committee, Zhou Baosong: There is no final battle

[Liang Lingjie lifts his sisters] Taking photos of his sisters and saying goodbyes to relatives and friends

[Liang Lingjie's farewell ceremony. Continuous updates] Parents thank enthusiastic Hong Kong people for a hundred people to stand in line to mourn the rain

[Flower of Hope] Liang Lingjie bids farewell to Lipi Sunflower on behalf of Baihua Xinxin Garden, bringing strength to Hong Kong people

Fugitive Ordinance

Source: hk1

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