The West Kowloon station is a public facility that people can enter freely, the rally organiser says. Photo: Alvin Lum

Organisers promise next major protest against Hong Kong’s extradition bill will be ‘peaceful, rational and graceful’ with the aim of gaining support from mainland Chinese visitors

  • They dismiss concerns about the risk of violence and chaos seen at past protests, with at least 2,000 people expected to march on Sunday afternoon
  • But MTR has stopped selling tickets for high-speed rail trips across border as rally is due to head to West Kowloon station after leaving Tsim Sha Tsui
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill

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The West Kowloon station is a public facility that people can enter freely, the rally organiser says. Photo: Alvin Lum
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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.

Christy Leung

Christy Leung

Christy writes about crime and security-related stories for South China Morning Post's city desk.

Naomi Ng

Naomi Ng

Naomi is a city news reporter at the South China Morning Post. She joined the Post in 2015 as a cadet reporter and has previously written for CNN International in Hong Kong, and Mizzima news in Myanmar.