Chinese People’s Public Security disguised as journalist, then escorted away by police

Chinese People’s Public Security office ‘Fu Guo-hao’ took photos of protesters’ faces wearing reflective vest at the Hong Kong International Airport. Protesters then suspected him for disguising as a reporter, so Fu was requested to show his press card. However, Fu refused and sprinted away on the spot. From his backpack, a blue T-shirt that said ‘LOVE HK’ was found, which seemed to be related to the assaults on citizens by gangsters at Tsuen Wan. A business card from Police Public Relations Branch was found as well, which proves the cooperations between gangs and the police.

Fu claimed that he was only a tourist, the reflective vest was just a gift from others. Global Times admitted that Fu was not carrying a press card, and his name could not be found on the central press card list. Fu’s immigration label was visitor, and was allowed to stay until the 13th of August, 2019. Yet, he appeared at about 12:00am at the airport, which should be overstaying and violating the Right of Abode. Besides, the visitor label does not allow the visitor to accept jobs, paid or unpaid. Therefore, if Fu came to Hong Kong to cover scenes at Hong Kong, he should be considered as illegal workers. On Fu’s identity card and address at Beijing, it was written as the Dormitory of Ministry of State Security of the People’s Republic of China at Wan Shou Road. Moreover, Fu registered two bank accounts with two different names, and simultaneously working for Beijing Shi Hua Wan Xiang Information Company. According to data, the company is responsible for providing information for local medias.

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