Written by: Ling Yide
2020-01-25 22:32Last updated: 2020-01-26 00:22
On New Year's Day today (25th), about 10 hawker stalls are still on sale outside Langham Place in Mong Kok in the evening. In addition, it is also the first year of the riots in Mong Kok in the first year of 2016. Some netizens have launched "Mong Kok Fish Eggs" In the commemoration of the "Four Years of the Revolution," a large number of people gathered in the vicinity of hawker stalls outside Langham Place in Mong Kok in the evening, and riot police officers were on alert to intercept a man. In the meantime, many people walked across the street of Portland Street. Someone was blocking the road with debris on the Shandong Street. The riot police arrested one person. Later, before boarding the police, the policeman suddenly threw a hand-pushed tear gas bomb, hawker stalls and patrons. Have to avoid immediately.
 Shandong Street riot police boarded and left.
 Riot police raised a blue flag on Nathan Road near Shan Dong Street, during which a police officer rushed to subdue a person to the ground.
 The police said that a large number of people gathered in the vicinity of Langham Street and Nathan Road, Mong Kok, and thugs blocked the road with debris and rubbish. The police quickly dispersed the scene. By 11:00 pm, a mob attacked police cars on Portland Street, including throwing hard objects. Police said tear gas was used to disperse the mob. A hawker was affected by tear gas, his eyes were unwell, and he kept wiping tears with a tissue. He said that the police had released the tear gas without warning. "Anyhow hard!"
 Sporadic suspected protesters raised umbrellas and parachute arrays near Portland Street near Argyle Street. Police officers once held up a black flag, during which some police officers threw debris in the direction, and riot police officers raised a blue flag to warn .
 After the tear gas passed, the flow of people at the scene drastically decreased. The smelly tofu stall owner said that all the ingredients were contaminated and needed to be discarded. They were also dissatisfied with the police's disregard for the presence of young women at the scene. .
 Police cast tear gas bombs on Portland Street near Argyle Street, and a large number of citizens and hawkers at the scene avoided the scene immediately. At that time, riot police officers were returning to the police car and were suspected of leaving. During that time, some police officers stepped off the police car and threw a hand-throwing tear gas bomb. Many hawker stalls and patrons who were still at the scene were affected and immediately evaded. . A child suspected of inadequate inhalation of tear gas, and people present tried to put on a gas mask for him.
A hawker was affected by tear gas, his eyes were unwell, and he kept wiping tears with a tissue. He said that the police had released the tear gas without warning. "Anyhow hard!" (Photo by Yang Wanting)
Police fired hand-pushed tear gas, and the people present avoided them. (Photo by Wang Yiyang)
 Some riot police officers returned to the police car and left. About 30 riot police officers were stationed on Portland Street near Argyle Street, and some people at the scene accused.
 A number of police cars drove into Portland Street. A large number of riot police officers alighted and stopped the people present. At least one was subdued.
 About ten men in black blocked debris at the junction of Portland Street and Shandong Street.
One riot police uniform. (Photo by Yang Wanting)
 Several people who waved the black flag of the "Restoration of the Hong Kong Times" walked outside Langham Place and walked towards Argyle Street. A large number of people followed.
 The road opposite Langlan Street, Langham Place, has been occupied, and vehicles cannot pass. As seen at the scene, a small number of people wearing black clothes and masks gathered, and the rest were mostly ordinary citizens.
 A pig cage car passed by the junction of Portland Street and Shandong Street, and the slogans shouted. The police car stopped earlier on Shandong Street near Portland Street. Riot police officers got out of the vehicle to intercept a man and then boarded and left.
 There are about ten hawker stalls opposite Langham Place. The flow of people mainly gathers on the pavement, and the vehicles can still pass. Some people on the scene continue to shout anti-revision slogans. Many people respond and the atmosphere is generally calm.
Many people walked off the street of Portland Street. (Photo by Wang Yiyang)
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