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[With You Lunch] Over 100 People in Changsha Bay During the Midday Parade, the Police Raised a Yellow Flag for a Time

2019-12-18T06:23:35.019Z

Demonstrations caused by anti-revision legislation have continued for half a year now. In this campaign without “big platform”, many processions and rallies were initiated by the people. For more than a month, Internet users have launched “and you lunch” in different areas almost daily. Activities, today (18th), another netizen called on students and office workers to carry out "and you lunch" and "and you write" activities in Changsha Bay and Kwai Fong from 1 to 2 pm.



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Written by: Peng Kaixin, Deng Yongzhong, Chen Leilei, Huang Weimin

2019-12-18 13:03

Last updated: 2019-12-18 14:16

Demonstrations caused by anti-revision legislation have continued for half a year now. In this campaign without “big platform”, many processions and rallies were initiated by the people. For more than a month, Internet users have launched “and you lunch” in different areas almost daily. Activities, today (18th), another netizen called on students and office workers to carry out "and you lunch" and "and you write" activities in Changsha Bay and Kwai Fong from 1 to 2 pm.

Changsha Bay Noon Parade:

Some netizens have called on middle school students and office workers in the middle of Changsha Bay and Lai Chi Kok to gather at the crossroad of Changsha Bay Road on Da Nan West Street for a midday parade “from you” from 1 to 2 pm. Around 12:50 noon, more than a dozen policemen were on alert at the crossroad of Changsha Bay Road on Da Nan West Street. No parade gathered at that time. As of 1 pm, office workers and students wearing school uniforms have gradually gathered . At about 1:15 in the afternoon, more than a hundred protesters started. They shouted slogans and brought the same announcements. Due to the large number of people marching and walking the sidewalk, the police opened a warning to the protesters and told them not to leave the sidewalk. The protesters shouted in response, "I have the right to eat." Police officers were walking on the road and were asked to return to the sidewalk by the parade.

The marchers circled along the Changsha Bay Square. Dozens of riot police were on alert at the crossroads outside the Changsha Bay Square. The marchers crossed the Changsha Bay Road and entered the Da Nan West Street to continue the procession and chanted slogans.

The policeman once held the yellow flag

As of 1:51 pm, a policewoman opened a microphone to warn that the protesters had committed "Public Security Ordinance". The rally required an application. The police once held a yellow flag, saying that the protesters had carried out an unauthorized demonstration and the protesters shouted. "It is urgent to dissolve the police force." By 2 pm, the marchers dispersed on their own.

Kwai Fong's "Write to You" Situation:

In addition, there is a "Write to You" activity in the open-air garden of Kwai Fong Metropolis Plaza. Letters and Christmas cards are sent to those who have been rebuffed because of anti-revision regulations. At about 1 pm, several middle school students went to the Kwai Fong Metropolis Open-air Garden to write Christmas cards, and then left. Afterwards, ten citizens working nearby went to the scene to eat lunch and write Christmas cards on artificial grass. As seen at the scene, some people gave Christmas cards to passersby.

A lady working nearby said that she went to the scene to write a Christmas card during lunch time, hoping to send a message to the people in prison, "I won't wait for you, please come and cheer." In addition, some women brought their children to During the interview, the woman wrote a Christmas card. At the time of the interview, the woman said, "Hong Kong people will never forget your payment, come on!"

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Anti-revision demonstration rally procession

Source: hk1

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