Written by: Li Jingshan, Cai Zhengbang, Deng Yongzhong
2019-12-15 13:25Last updated: 2019-12-15 22:25
Anti-Amendment Campaign Continues, Stores Opposing Amendments to Fugitive Offenders Form a "Yellow Economic Circle", Netizens launched today (15th) a "Here You CHRISTMAS SHOP" campaign in multi-region shopping malls in Hong Kong, calling for patronage of "Huangdian" and on Facebook and "Punch" on social media like Instagram. New Town Plaza, Sha Tin, New Territories and popcorn at Tseung Kwan O are meeting points. Police are alerting at Sha Tin Town Hall and Sha Tin MTR Station at 1.30 pm.
 Shatin Railway Police said that about 200 demonstrators gathered and damaged shops in the streets and shopping malls along Sha Tin Centre Street this afternoon. Personnel were reported to the scene for dispersal and arrest operations. During the operation, officers arrested a total of 10 men and 2 women, aged between 14 and 27, suspected of illegal assembly, criminal damage, possession of offensive weapons and assaulting police in public places. The case was referred to the Shatian Police District Squad The first team followed up. The arrested are being detained for investigation. A male police officer was injured in the incident and he was consciously taken to Prince of Wales Hospital for treatment.
 At 9 o'clock in the evening, Shatian Temple, many citizens stood in the new city square in Shatian, and mourned for one minute for Liang Lingjie, who died half a year ago.
 Several black-faced, unidentified men from Shatian Village appeared in Shatian New City Plaza. They were holding wooden sticks and trekking poles, and some had tattoos. A large number of people questioned their identities and asked if they were plainclothes police. Several men did not respond. They followed the footbridge at Shatin Station to Pai Tau Tsuen. Several media followed and questioned their identities to see if they were plainclothes police or triads. . They once pointed at the media with their sticks, saying badly that the media "talked well." Eventually the man boarded a taxi outside Hilton Center and left.
 A middle-aged woman in Shatian District was surrounded by a large number of people in New City Plaza and asked her to show her mobile phone. The situation at the scene was chaotic. People at the scene snatched his mobile phone and threw it to the lower floor. The woman left to the lower floor and wanted to retrieve the mobile phone. However, the cell phone was apparently damaged by another protester. The woman later retrieved the wreckage of the mobile phone and left New Town Plaza.
In an interview with the media, she said, "I am a bright and honest person. I take a panoramic view and I do not take personal pictures. It is my own freedom and democracy." She asked why the media could ask people to prove, "Xingxiang Street has been checked for identity cards. "It's reasonable?" She said that if everyone wanted to vent their anger in this way, it was abnormal. Ask why Hong Kong people would lose their reason, fight for small political opinions, and deprive them of their freedom. Think carefully. She asked if a scene is a personal right and freedom. There is no reason to be asked to show the contents of a mobile phone. "Everyone has a mobile phone, you can show them to the street, for reasons you see a person, you have to show it."
She stated that she had done nothing wrong, was a good citizen, and had no reason to surrender evidence that she had not taken a big picture, and that ordinary people did not have the law enforcement power of the police. "I have no plans to hurt anyone. Everyone has a personal point of view. Even if my phone is broken today, I was beaten. It is important that I hope Hong Kong citizens think about the incident." She also said that she is also yellow-skinned and everyone is Chinese Should not be caused by political issues, but people at the scene said that "yellow skin is a problem, and we are being persecuted!"
People at the scene told her to return to the Greater Bay Area. Eventually, the woman left the scene. Some people questioned the scene to give her multiple opportunities to show her mobile phone content, but she has always refused, questioning her intention to challenge the people, even if forced to bury the wall, Grabbing her cell phone was still very calm, and she didn't get angry. She thought she was acting.
 After displaying personal information to some people present, the security guard was allowed to leave, and the people on the scene also dispersed.
 A large number of people in Shatian District continued to surround a South Asian security guard. On the scene, opinions were mixed. Some people accused him of assisting the police to subdue a man in black. The South Asian security guard kept talking on the phone, but it was unknown whether he would talk to his supervisor.
 Riot police in Tuen Mun continued to intercept people in Tuen Mun Park. A man raised a white cloth with a police oath and shouted to the police. Most of the scenes were ordinary citizens. The riot police gradually evacuated, and people at the scene gave the police a heart gesture.
 A large number of people in masks surrounded the service desk in Shatian District, asking why the police were allowed to enter the mall. Some staff members were allowed to show their documents. Only two South Asian security guards did not show their documents and were not released. They were asked to contact their supervisor. People at the scene questioned that there were security guards at the New City Plaza to assist police officers in uniforming men in black.
 At about 3:30 this afternoon, demonstrators gathered in Sha Tin New City Plaza, damaging shops and blocking the entrance and stairs of the mall with debris. In response to the above violations, the police entered the mall to enforce the law. Police later evacuated. During the evacuation, someone threw smoke cakes at the bus terminal outside Exit A of Sha Tin MTR Station, which may cause confusion. Police pointed out that there were a large number of people waiting for buses at the bus terminal, and throwing smoke cakes in crowded places to create confusion or cause public panic was extremely dangerous and irresponsible behavior.
Police condemned the demonstrators for disregarding the personal safety of those present and warned of an immediate cessation of violations and departure from the relevant locations.
 Tuen Mun Park Tuen Mun Park had gathered in black. A large number of riot police entered the patrol and intercepted some people.
 A staff member in Shatian District cleared the broken glass in New City Plaza. Nearly 100 people stayed in the atrium and on different floors.
 The riot police of Shatianbang evacuated from Shatian Station, and some boarded an orange van to leave, others left in police cars. A man in yellow was accused of colliding with a media camera and surrounded by a large number of people. He claimed to go to IKEA to buy things, and a person who claimed to be a media chased him. He admitted that he had shot a reporter. The reporter asked him to ask not to shoot next time, instead of pushing the camera. The man said: "I can attack you arbitrarily, I will criticize you." The reporter said that he would not be held accountable and left with the man. Later, riot police arrived and took the man out of the scene.
 The Shatianbang riot police were on alert at the exit of Shatian Station near the bus terminal. A large number of people gathered there and accused the police. There were firemen in and out, and people at the scene applauded. In addition, riot police officers are also on alert inside the Shatin station gate.
 The glass on the railing of the second floor of Shatian Temple was suspected to have been broken, and the debris was scattered on the ground in the atrium. The riot police pointed their guns at the upper level and warned the upper level not to throw objects again. Some riot police left via an escalator in the atrium. The rest of the riot police still in the atrium position continued to return to Shatian Station, and the crowd clamored.
 More than 50 riot police in Shatianjing entered Shatian Station again, and a defense line was built at the exit of New City Plaza near Shatian Station. After that, they pushed forward again, entered the atrium position, the situation was chaotic, and subdued the man in black. Someone questioned the name of the arrested man at the scene, and the riot police raised a pepper spray to point to the media present.
 The Shatianbang riot police raised a blue flag, pointing out that the scene was an illegal assembly, warning those present to leave, and asking reporters to return to the sidewalk.
 Shatin: New Territories South Regional Commander Tao Hui was present at the scene. While the police car took the arrested person, someone threw smoke cakes, unknown sprays came out, and a pungent smell came out. Police officers at the scene claimed that the spray was not owned by the police. Police have repeatedly accused police officers of using pepper spray. One of the women arrested reported that she was only 15 years old and was attending a middle school in Shatian District.
Police in black uniforms are in uniform at Sha Tin Station. (Photo by Yu Junliang)
 Tseung Kwan O: Yoshinoya's house was destroyed, riot police went to the mall, and people in black ran wild.
 Shatin: Plainclothes police and riot police uniformed at least four men in black in the mall, including three men and one woman, one of whom was struggling, and many were taken to police cars. Passers-by asked what the arrested had done, and the police officers did not respond.
 Tseung Kwan O: Demonstrators begin a parade in the mall and post in Starbucks, Youpin 360, and Maxim ’s restaurants.
Tseung Kwan O demonstrators begin a parade in the mall, posting in Starbucks. (Photo by Deng Yongzhong)
People in black in Shatin were spray-painted, and riot police hid the arrests.
While the police car took the arrested person, someone threw a smoke cake, and an unknown spray came out with a pungent smell. Police officers at the scene claimed that the spray was not owned by the police. (Photo by Yu Ruijing)
 Tseung Kwan O: Demonstrators continue to slogan: "Three strikes for joining the union"
 Tseung Kwan O: One of the ceiling lanterns was closed at the popcorn mall and the volume of Christmas songs was increased. Someone was in the lobby for a while, raised the shadow of the man in black, and was scolded to leave.
 Sha Tin: Demonstrators gathered in the atrium, and some people waved the flag of "Hong Kong Recovery" in white on a black background.
 Shatian: Ambulancemen arrived to take the injured to the hospital. Riot police officers returned to Sha Tin MTR station for alert.
The two women walked on the 4th floor of the New City Plaza. When they saw the graffiti of the black people, they went to the system and were spray-painted on their faces. The man in black fled afterwards. (Photo by Cai Zhengbang)
 Tseung Kwan O: A large number of demonstrators gathered on various floors called slogans and sang "May the glory return to Hong Kong".
 Tseung Kwan O: Five people wearing masks arrived and remained calm.
 Shatian: Two women walked through the 4th floor of New City Plaza. When they saw the graffiti of the man in black, they came forward to stop it, and the man in black sprayed paint on the face. The man in black fled afterwards. One woman was unwell and fainted. Police rioters arrived at the scene to provide first aid, while another said her young daughter was frightened.
Police officers are on alert outside Sha Tin MTR Station. (Photo by Cai Zhengbang)
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