Residents and legislators surround police at an MTR station to question why they are stopping and searching people on Tuesday night. Photo: Dickson Lee

Strikes, class boycotts and ‘picnics’: how ordinary people across Hong Kong are mobilising to take action against extradition bill

  • More than 2,000 counsellors, carers and therapists from 50 social work organisations and religious groups are expected to take part in strike
  • Debate on the unpopular bill resumes in the legislature on Wednesday
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Residents and legislators surround police at an MTR station to question why they are stopping and searching people on Tuesday night. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Hundreds gather outside the Legco building in Tamar after it issued an amber security alert. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hundreds gather near Hong Kong Legco a day before second reading of extradition bill, as tensions with police rise

  • At nearby Admiralty station, officers are searching the bags of individuals, with some accusing police of abusing their power
  • A group of church-goers are chanting and singing in opposition to the legislative amendments
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Hundreds gather outside the Legco building in Tamar after it issued an amber security alert. Photo: Dickson Lee
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