Singer Denise Ho Wan-sze joins protesters in Central at a march in July organised by the Civil Human Rights Front against the extradition bill from Victoria Park in Causeway Bay. Photo: Nora Tam

Hong Kong is a police state and there’s no turning back, Denise Ho, activist and singer, says

  • The Canto-pop star became emotional at a festival in Sydney, Australia as she talked about the protests.
  • ‘The police have really been completely out of hand, and so Hong Kong people are furious’ she said
Topic |   Music

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Singer Denise Ho Wan-sze joins protesters in Central at a march in July organised by the Civil Human Rights Front against the extradition bill from Victoria Park in Causeway Bay. Photo: Nora Tam
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Police use tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters in Admiralty during another day of clashes on Saturday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Chinese state media warns ‘end is coming for those attempting to disrupt Hong Kong’

  • Xinhua commentary doesn’t threaten specific action but warns of three bottom lines ‘that must not be crossed’
  • Official news agency again labels protests a ‘colour revolution’ but does not mention right to intervene
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Police use tear gas to disperse anti-government protesters in Admiralty during another day of clashes on Saturday. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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