Anti-government protesters during a singalong protest in solidarity with the local ethnic minority community at Chungking Mansions, Tsim Sha Tsui. Photo: Dickson Lee

Hong Kong protesters hold singalong in Tsim Sha Tsui as tensions ease with local ethnic minority communities over Kowloon Mosque police spraying

  • Event comes as ethnic minority communities regroup and ‘move on’ after ‘accidental’ police spraying of Kowloon Mosque on Sunday
  • Mohan Chugani, the former president of the Indian Association of Hong Kong, says he accepted apology from Chief Executive Carrie Lam
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Anti-government protesters during a singalong protest in solidarity with the local ethnic minority community at Chungking Mansions, Tsim Sha Tsui. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Member of the press are seen outside Kowloon Mosque on Nathan Road, shortly after it was hit by a police water cannon. Photo: Civic Party via Reuters

Kowloon Mosque water cannon incident shows why an inquiry into Hong Kong police handling of protests is needed

  • Despite the government’s apology, the fact remains that police officers crossed the line and disrespected Hongkongers’ religious freedoms. They should be held to account
Topic |   Hong Kong police

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Member of the press are seen outside Kowloon Mosque on Nathan Road, shortly after it was hit by a police water cannon. Photo: Civic Party via Reuters
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