I am uneatable.

gingercatsneeze:

The city is crying even without tear gas tonight.
大家加油之餘亦要小心!!

gingercatsneeze:

The city is crying even without tear gas tonight.

大家加油之餘亦要小心!!

mikaela-maki:

Mong Kok was in chaos this afternoon when a bunch of blue ribbon pro-Beijing supporters attacked protesters.

protesters are beaten, girls are being sexually harassed, tents and materials are being destroyed. and yet the police did nothing to stop them.

How is it fair when protesters did nothing and got pepper spray and tear gas in return when those who use violence on others were being protected and escorted to leave the scene? 

I am truly shaken by the fact that those blue ribbon people lost their humanity and conscience, and have the heart to use violence on the protesters. Many of them are only students. 

Is this the ideal city you want your children to live in? when the good are bullied and the bad are protected? where is justice?

Shall we share the umbrella?

Oops feelings
Police force are now using tear bomb against our students. And guns maybe fired according to the police’s banners

PLEASE HELP US: SPREAD THIS SHIT LIKE WILDFIRE

tartarsaucegaryen:

Starting on Monday, thousands of university students in Hong Kong have been gathering at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Tamar Park (outside the government offices) to protest the National People’s Congress (NPC) of China’s decision to restrict the right to vote for Chief Executive, the…

This is urgent. Please reblog.

http://lestrade-or-lestrange.tumblr.com/post/98541749024/please-read-about-what-has-happened-is-happening

lestrade-or-lestrange:

Please read about what has happened/is happening in Hong Kong right now.

In late-August, the central government of China announced its decision on the process of the 2017 election for the Chief Executive. Contradicting to the demands of a number of the public expressed in the course of the last…

priceofliberty:

HONG KONG STUDENT PROTEST! LIVE!

For those of you unaware, thousands of students in Hong Kong have been marching/demonstrating for their right to self-determination. They want to pressure mainland China into giving Hong Kong full universal suffrage: one man, one vote plus the ability to choose its own candidates independent of Beijing. In August, Beijing ruled that candidates for the city’s top post must be selected by a committee perceived to serve the Chinese Communist Party.

“If we don’t protest, the social cohesion can fade out,” said Lam Kan Faat, 20, a student at City University,“My mom called and scolded me. She told me you’re very young, and you cannot bear the responsibility.”

Students waved signs and chanted “change starts from disobedience” and “we must fight for true democracy” as they set off from a city park last night. Police were stationed at Leung’s residence less than two kilometers (1.2 miles) away.

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It is incredible to watch this massive, peaceful event. The demonstrators often break out into song (hundreds, if not thousands singing along). Watch it; it showcases the stark contrast in response by the Chinese government to protests. In the Xinjiang region, for example, an estimated 2,000 people were killed after protests/riots broke out when the central government banned Ramadan and its celebration.

PLEASE READ: HONG KONG NEEDS YOUR ATTENTION RIGHT NOW

permissiontogoafterhim:

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In this past week, students have been gathering outside the government headquarters, in protest of the central government of China’s decision of 2017 chief executive election.

Yesterday night, leader of Scholarism, one of the student organization suddenly announced that they will occupy the…

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as-i-will-ever-be:

Please read this to know what exactly is happening in Hong Kong.

I’m a Hong Kongese and as you can see on the photo, there are 2 groups of people. The ones who put up their hands are students and the ones with shields are policemen. We Hong Kongese are protesting about the system of ‘universal suffrage’ of the Chief Executive in 2017 since the system is unfair and actually not even can be called something similar as ‘universal suffrage’. If you wanna know more about the system, please check online as I won’t explain much since it’s not the main point of this post.

Students in Hong Kong were protesting in a peaceful way for a week, some by class boycotting, some by occupying the area outside the Chief Executive’s office. Last night (26/9), the leader of the students announced that they would occupy the area inside the Chief Executive’s office. The policemen took their orders and ‘stopped’ the students from rushing into the office. During the incidents, the policemen used shields, police truncheon and pepper sprays to stop the students, who basically were bare hands. Many students were arrested and hurt eventually, in the protesters there were also some elder people and they were hurt as well. Until now, an abundance of students are still protesting, waiting for an explanation from Chief Executive outside the office.

First, I had to admit that rushing into the office area and occupying it is such an impulsive action. It gives an excuse for the police to take action. HOWEVER, IS IT NECESSARY FOR THEM TO USE WEAPONS LIKE SHIELDS? They hurt many students while the students were peaceful all along until that very moment. Besides, the students and other protesters had nothing, NOTHING, harmful in their hands that can actually to injure anyone. Does it even make sense? Adults using strong weapons to cope with weak students who only want to fight for the future? Since when fighting for choices, giving opinions, protesting with correct ideas and speaking out our minds are counted as ‘disrupting social order’? It’s absolutely unreasonable I’m very positive about this.

Now I think we clearly see that we are slowly losing our freedom of speech and freedom of protest in Hong Kong right now. This is extremely crazy to say but, stories like 1984 or Hunger Games will happen sooner or later if we don’t keep on to strive for what we want. We are now fighting for our future generations. The revolution will begin sooner or later. The revolution is in our minds.

Please reblog, if you have read it, thank you a lot.

as-i-will-ever-be:

Please read this to know what exactly is happening in Hong Kong.

I’m a Hong Kongese and as you can see on the photo, there are 2 groups of people. The ones who put up their hands are students and the ones with shields are policemen. We Hong Kongese are protesting about the system of ‘universal suffrage’ of the Chief Executive in 2017 since the system is unfair and actually not even can be called something similar as ‘universal suffrage’. If you wanna know more about the system, please check online as I won’t explain much since it’s not the main point of this post.

Students in Hong Kong were protesting in a peaceful way for a week, some by class boycotting, some by occupying the area outside the Chief Executive’s office. Last night (26/9), the leader of the students announced that they would occupy the area inside the Chief Executive’s office. The policemen took their orders and ‘stopped’ the students from rushing into the office. During the incidents, the policemen used shields, police truncheon and pepper sprays to stop the students, who basically were bare hands. Many students were arrested and hurt eventually, in the protesters there were also some elder people and they were hurt as well. Until now, an abundance of students are still protesting, waiting for an explanation from Chief Executive outside the office.

First, I had to admit that rushing into the office area and occupying it is such an impulsive action. It gives an excuse for the police to take action. HOWEVER, IS IT NECESSARY FOR THEM TO USE WEAPONS LIKE SHIELDS? They hurt many students while the students were peaceful all along until that very moment. Besides, the students and other protesters had nothing, NOTHING, harmful in their hands that can actually to injure anyone. Does it even make sense? Adults using strong weapons to cope with weak students who only want to fight for the future? Since when fighting for choices, giving opinions, protesting with correct ideas and speaking out our minds are counted as ‘disrupting social order’? It’s absolutely unreasonable I’m very positive about this.

Now I think we clearly see that we are slowly losing our freedom of speech and freedom of protest in Hong Kong right now. This is extremely crazy to say but, stories like 1984 or Hunger Games will happen sooner or later if we don’t keep on to strive for what we want. We are now fighting for our future generations. The revolution will begin sooner or later. The revolution is in our minds.

Please reblog, if you have read it, thank you a lot.

When there is no dawn after the darkest night, we can light up our own flame, and the flame will never die.

If you don’t know what happened on Hong Kong and wanna know more, you can refer to some posts that i reblogged on my page ;)

And i wish all students took part in this event can be safe.