Hong Kong is becoming more hostile to the rest of China since COVID-19 spread to the city. Pro-democracy protesters from the mainland say they've been labelled as ‘oppressors’ and ‘colonizers,' even by friends who once rallied with them in tear gas clouds
“We should all wear a mask and keep our distance. But we need to resume our movement.” As Hong Kong largely contains the spread of Covid-19, the city's pro-democracy protesters are vowing to revive demonstrations. Photos from @JustinChinPhoto
The video game "Animal Crossing" was taken off markets in China after Hong Kong protesters spread pro-democracy messages on the game. Despite the crackdown, “Animal Crossing” lovers have reportedly figured out other ways to acquire the popular game.
senior Hong Kong official warned for the first time that “elements of terror” were seen among the city’s pro-democracy protesters, as riot police officers took up positions around schools and spread out across Hong Kong’s subway system
As pro-democracy protests in support of Hong Kong spread around the world, pro-China counter-protesters are stepping up.