About 100 protesters blocked the ground-floor entrances of Revenue Tower in Wan Chai from noon on Monday as part of their non-cooperation campaign to force the Hong Kong government to agree to their four demands over the extradition bill. Photo: Sam Tsang

Extradition bill protesters blockade Hong Kong government buildings for second time in four days, preventing civil servants and taxpayers from entering

  • Demonstrators block ground-floor entrances at tax office from noon onwards, before moving to Immigration Tower next door and government headquarters
  • Action provokes mixed reactions, with some members of the public expressing support while others are disgruntled
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill

TOP PICKS

About 100 protesters blocked the ground-floor entrances of Revenue Tower in Wan Chai from noon on Monday as part of their non-cooperation campaign to force the Hong Kong government to agree to their four demands over the extradition bill. Photo: Sam Tsang
READ FULL ARTICLE
Alvin Lum

Alvin Lum

Alvin Lum is an award-winning political journalist specialising in Hong Kong politics and the city's justice system. Previously, he worked for the Hong Kong Economic Journal and Citizen News.

Rachel Yeo

Rachel Yeo

Rachel is a Journalism student at Hong Kong Baptist University. She is interested in current affairs in Hong Kong and Singapore.