CD Media
Asia

Anti-Government Protesters Rampage Through Hong Kong As Police Struggle To Keep Up

Anti-Government Protesters Rampage Through Hong Kong As Police Struggle To Keep Up
Image by Studio Incendo

Anti-government protesters went on an escalated rampage across Hong Kong on Sunday, taking over shopping centres where they targeted mainland Chinese-linked businesses and vandalised shop fronts, trashing metro stations, blocking roads, hurling bricks and petrol bombs at police, setting fire to barricades and desecrating China’s national flag.

Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets at them and made several arrests, but diehard activists mostly stayed one step ahead of them, descending on one location and swiftly retreating to strike at the next, as the city marked the 16th straight weekend of protest chaos…

To read more visit the South China Morning Post.

Related posts

China Global Exports Surge In January But Trade With US Tumbles

CDMediaNetwork

Taiwan Election Results A ‘Repudiation Of China,’ Experts Say

CD Media Staff

Will Beijing’s Aggressive South China Sea Push Ensnare A U.S. Oil Major (Part 1)

Tim Daiss

Leave a Comment