Timeline

Recently, protestors had shifted target to MTR stations in response to the company’s recent arrangements in co-operating with the police force by deliberately targeting participants by closing down multiple stations prior to demonstrations since the 23rd last month. Even more shockingly, on the 31st, MTR viciously closed down 5 lines to aid police capture, preventing protestors from returning home. Many were arrested and assaulted by police as a result. (Related events by HKRev.info:824 Kwun Tong March 5 stations were closed ,  8.25 Tsuen-Kwai-Tsing stations around Kwai Fong were closed, 2019.08.31 Raptor Squad Breached Into Prince Edward Station, Assaulted Civilians and Denied Rescue Duty )

Police violence – Collage of Abuse Ascending order
2019
October 14, 2019 7:00 pm
Hundreds of thousands of people gathered at the Chater Garden in Central district at 7 p.m., in support of the US House of Commons to pass the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act. According to the rally organizers, there were about 130,000 people who joined the rally that night. Police reports estimated there were 25,200 people at...
October 12, 2019 3:00 pm
It's been one week since the anti-mask law was enacted. Today at 3 PM, citizens gathered at the Tsim Sha Tsui Clock Tower to march towards Sham Shui Po Sports Ground. They set up barricades to stall police and vandalised government offices and pro-China chain stores. Riot police was deployed but no clashes were seen. At last, protestors...
October 10, 2019 12:00 pm
In celebration of the National Day of the Republic of China (Taiwan), Hongkongers voluntarily organised a campaign called "Connecting Hong Kong and Taiwan - Celebrating National Day". The flag of "Blue Sky, White Sun, and a Wholly Red Earth", Taiwan flag and Taiwan Independence flag were planted all over Hong Kong. Many netizens shared the festive scenes of...
October 6, 2019 2:00 pm
On the second day of Anti-mask law, another call for "anti-totalitarianism anti-emergency law protest" (Oct 6) was initiated on the internet, with one on kowloon and one on Hong Kong Island. Protesters named it "Kowloon Revolution, Hong Kong Island Uprising" and called for people on both sides of the Victoria Harbour to walk together. The one on Kowloon...
October 5, 2019 2:00 pm
Hong Kong Government used the Emergency Regulations Ordinance (ERO) to announce the enactment of the anti-mask law which took effect starting from 12 AM today. In response, netizens rallied up to participate in a self-organised "Anti-Mask Law Demonstration March " that was planned to start at 2 PM from SOGO Causeway Bay and finish at Chater Garden in...