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