Written by: Li Enci, Liang Huanmin
2019-12-21 13:50Last updated: 2019-12-21 16:26
Anti-revision cases have not yet been resolved. On Sunday (15th), Internet users launched the Christmas version of "With You Shop". During this period, sporadic police conflicts broke out in multiple malls, and the police also arrested inside and outside the mall.
Today (21st), another netizen launched the Christmas version of "Here You Shop 2.0", calling for a gathering in Tsim Sha Tsui Harbour City in the afternoon, singing, posting announcements, promoting trade unions, queuing for ideas and so on. Hundreds of demonstrators called out slogans in Harbour City, followed by police in plain clothes wearing black shirts and black masks.
"Hong Kong 01" will hit the scene in each district.
[16:26] A man was intercepted by a police officer. After being searched, he was released.
[16:18] There is a plainclothes policeman, showing the telescopic baton and casting pepper spray. The police officer took one person for unknown reasons.
[16:02] Some mainland guests doubted the appearance, but some demonstrators told others that "he has no appearance", and the demonstrators left.
[15:56] Long Xin went to Harbour City to play the national anthem "March of the Volunteers". Long Xin earlier staged a rally in Edinburgh, Central. Demonstrators in Tsim Sha Tsui appealed that they would ignore Dragon Heart and then leave. Demonstrators posted the slogan at HSBC before leaving.
[15:48] Interviewed by plainclothes police earlier, demonstrators who lost dog food everywhere were cleaning up dog food on the ground. Police officers told him that "you are responsible for the mall." There were dozens of plainclothes policemen dressed in black shirts and black masks at the scene, asking reporters to leave without showing their credentials. Police officers later left and no demonstrators were intercepted.
[15:37] A plainclothes police officer subdued a protester, accusing him of throwing garbage. Earlier, demonstrators took apart the dog food and dropped it in front of plainclothes police. Some people shouted, "The police have done everything." People at the scene asked him to show a certificate of appointment, but the person claiming to be a police officer did not show it. Another Red Hat source said that after asking the police officer to take out his appointment card, he was pulled aside and searched. Several police officers in black erected a line of defense.
[15:26] Starbucks resumed business, many customers dine inside. The demonstration lasted for about an hour. The demonstrators did not damage or physically clash with other people. They just called slogans along the way. The merchants who closed the gate only closed part of the exports, but did business as usual. Police officers in plain clothes waved with the protesters.
[15:17] The middle-aged and strong man who had been following the demonstrators earlier showed the appointment certificate to the clerk of the coffee shop and confirmed that he was a police officer. Demonstrators entered The Coffee Academics, claiming that their boss had a red background, and several customers left one after another, and the demonstrators left immediately. Liao Weifen, chairman and founder of The Coffee Academics, is a consultant to the United Hong Kong Fund.
[15:13] There is a warning bell in the harbor city. The cause is unknown.
[14:59] There were suspected plainclothes police officers wearing headsets, and the demonstrators quarreled. He did not show a warrant of appointment.
[14:57] Demonstrators arrived at Chisaki Sushi, and the restaurant was closed immediately. The customers in the restaurant took regular meals. Demonstrators did not enter.
[14:55] Demonstrators at Harbour City surround Starbucks. A notice is posted on the counter. Starbucks has been closed.
[14:46] Demonstrators in Harbour City made heart-shaped gestures to police officers and called them "Love is stronger than violence and cut off from police violence."
[14:40] Demonstrators in Harbour City entered the cosmetics counters of Lane Crawford and called in slogans "I love RMB" and "support domestic products" in Mandarin.
[14:30] Outside the harbour city, it is estimated that there are nearly a hundred police officers on alert, including riot police and plainclothes police officers. Some police officers are masked and shielded. About 30 demonstrators wearing masks gathered in the harbour city. They sang "May the glory return to Hong Kong" and sloganed in Cantonese and Mandarin, "Revert Hong Kong, the Revolution of the Times" and "I want to buy a famous brand!"
[13:55] Outside Tsim Sha Tsui Harbour City, at least 40 armed riot police officers have disembarked and patrolled on the outskirts of Harbour City and around Tsim Sha Tsui Pier.
[13:40] Outside the harbour city, about 20 riot and plainclothes police officers stood outside the Canton Road famous store and some police officers masked. At least ten police cars on Canton Road.
[13:05] The entrance to Lane Crawford in Harbour City is very lively. Christmas decoration attracts a lot of citizens and tourists to "check in" to take pictures. For the time being, no suspected protesters have gathered.
[12:40] Harbour City is temporarily calm, the flow of people is normal, and no people have gathered. At Gateway, the Starbucks and Chitose of Maxim's Group are in business as usual, without enclosure boards.
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