Hong Kong Protest

The Tsimshatsui to Hung Hom protest march — the largest of three marches on Sunday — has begun at 3pm, with thousands massing at the harbourfront amid a moderately heavy police presence. The area borders the previously-besieged PolyU. Photo: Stand News screenshot. #hongkong

The theme of the Tsimshatsui march is to call on Hongkongers not to forget the initial political demands that ignited the protest movement, as it enters its seventh month. Photo: Joshua Wong via Facebook. #hongkong

Thousands wait at the Tsimshatsui harbourfront to march to Hung Hom due to the size of the crowd half an hour after the official beginning of the march, chanting well-known protest slogans. #hongkong

At Salisbury Road, riot police stop protesting crowds from marching onto the carriageway, slowing down the pace of the march with thousands waiting at the Clock Tower and the vicinity.

Tens of thousands of protesters of a variety of ages have joined the Sunday afternoon march. Photo: May James / HKFP. #hongkong

Many are joining the Tsimshatsui harbourfront protest from Nathan Road, almost one hour after the official start time. A heavy riot police presence prevents the crowd from spilling over to fully occupy Salisbury Road’s carriageways. Photo: May James / HKFP. #hongkong

Hong Kong Free Press

Updated: December 18, 2019 — 6:10 pm
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Hong Kong’s democratic citizens call on the British side: no terrorists, no thugs, only tyranny, the queen must abdicate and disband the police