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Posted in: Hong Kong leader announces ban on protester face masks See in context

^ Yeap, that's they style of so-call freedom of speech. Censored any voice they do not like. Just look at how their people behave oversea recently and you will see that. If a group protest about HK, they will come out swam and shout at the other.

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader announces ban on protester face masks See in context

If you think money was leaving HK fast in the past few months, you ain't see nothing yet. It will go out even faster and more furious.

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Posted in: Hong Kong teenage protester shot by police to be charged See in context

There is also video showing the protester was actually using a PVC pipe and the metal pipe was planted by the police.

https://www.facebook.com/cantonese.rfa/videos/2202921750004899/?hc_location=ufi

I guess all these will become evidence when it goes on try.

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Posted in: Hong Kong teenage protester shot by police to be charged See in context

With a hammer and a wrench? That's up to them, b...

Of course, they have to take their chances. All I can see is thing will not die down. It will just keep escalating and probably next time the protester will not just use hammer and wrench either. The citizen no longer see police being trust worthy, and police no longer see any citizen as human.

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Posted in: Killer Japanese fungus found in Australia See in context

^If the toxin can be absorbed through skin, wouldn't that kill a bird as well? I think birds do clean their feather with their own beak.

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Posted in: Hong Kong teenage protester shot by police to be charged See in context

At this point, a really independent investigation is needed in order to at least soften these hatred between police and citizens. Also, some police officers will need to be held accountable for collusion with gangsters, speculations of torture and even rape will need to be investigated. Violence will also need to be held accountable for both sides in the court of law.

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Posted in: Hong Kong teenage protester shot by police to be charged See in context

^ in a lot of cases, the protesters are trying to identify the police officers as they do hide their IDs now. But all these are speculation at this point. And, I suppose after police already detained a protester and yet a group of them still rush in to kick and hit him is a minimum and reasonable force as well.

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Posted in: Hong Kong teenage protester shot by police to be charged See in context

^ NY times also show that they have other non-lethal means such as pepper spray and rubber bullet. And, he has already drawn the gun as he was approaching. With that close distance, even a rubber bullet or even bean bag round could do very serious damage. There is no need for a gun. I am not saying it is right to do that, but the force has to be equivalent. You cannot say it is danger to life when someone use similar weapon to attack you and yet when you hit someone with same weapon it is just minimum force.

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Posted in: Killer Japanese fungus found in Australia See in context

The color sure looks pretty.

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Posted in: Hong Kong teenage protester shot by police to be charged See in context

When police hit protester with a batons and breaking their bones, it is called minimum force. When a protester hit a fully geared police with a stick, it is called life in danger.

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Posted in: Singapore's 'fake news' law takes effect as critics sound alarm See in context

Hummm! I suppose any bad news about a government is 'fake news' whether it is true or not?

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Posted in: Red meat unhealthy? Maybe not, researchers say See in context

All these studies changes all the time. I will just eat what I feel like - meat and such. Although I do eat a lot of fibers just to make sure I can empty out my innards daily as I fell more comfortable that way and when my stomach is close to empty when I go to sleep.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police slammed as 'trigger-happy' after teen shot See in context

^ The problem is police was colluding with local triad gangs on July 21 allowing the gangsters to beat the crap out of people including innocent passengers who were just returning home from work. It took how many years for HK police to build up the community relationship? All that was reset since then. It is a very good example to any police force in the world that it does not matter how many years you have spent on building up a good relationship with the community, all it needs is one instance and it will all back to zero - or even negative value.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police slammed as 'trigger-happy' after teen shot See in context

^ I actually think the NY times one are quite good. You do not have to listen to its comments, but it does point out the officer has possession of other non-lethal means to deal with the situations which I would have over-looked. At least NY Times one are way better than the global times and those from China.

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Posted in: Hong Kong police slammed as 'trigger-happy' after teen shot See in context

The government should be for the people

HK government hasn't been working for its people for awhile.

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Posted in: China marks 70 years of Communist Party rule as Hong Kong braces for unrest See in context

I just found out I've been dating a communist....

Are you sure she is not a planted agent from ChiNazi?

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Posted in: China marks 70 years of Communist Party rule as Hong Kong braces for unrest See in context

Should watch https://www.foreign.senate.gov/hearings/the-hong-kong-emergency-securing-freedom-autonomy-and-human-rights . Mr. Stephen J. Yates' was pretty correct in his statements.

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader to hold dialogue with community aimed at easing tensions See in context

@ theFu

Chinese people are smarter than to continue being dictated what is best for them.

Have your heard of Stockholm syndrome?

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader to hold dialogue with community aimed at easing tensions See in context

I hear you but I am not listening.

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Posted in: Hong Kong braces for weekend protests See in context

Right now, what the protesters are asking is for "independent" investigation of police. (I stress again, independent.) Not the existing one that using police to monitor police as they no longer trust the police.

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Posted in: Gov't to use family name first in Roman alphabet in documents See in context

^ it escaped my angle brackets. I meant family name, first name middle name/initial.

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Posted in: Gov't to use family name first in Roman alphabet in documents See in context

Sometimes in the form, it will be like , ; so there is a comma after the family name.

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Posted in: Kyoto arson attack victims to be honored in end credits of new film See in context

The drawing is nice but the story line is not really my cup of tea.

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader says China backs her 'all the way' See in context

Typical statements. Screwed up the plot of China to get Taiwan under the banner of "one-country-two-systems", embarrassed her master, exposed the collusion between police and triad on international stage....I doubt she will last too long.

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader withdraws extradition bill that sparked protests See in context

Only 1 out of 5 demands is met, still some way to go.

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Posted in: Hong Kong leader says she has not discussed resigning with Beijing See in context

KaerimashitaToday  04:49 pm JST

There won't be any discussion. In the meantime the police are not doing a great job. They have a duty to maintain order, but seem to have lost control. which just emboldens the protestors. Scenes over the weekend were atrocious on both sides.

Police is actually part of the cause.

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Posted in: Huawei plans high-end phone launch under cloud of Google ban See in context

Norman GoodmanSep. 2  03:42 pm JST

One can only hope that more events like this will cause Google to implode until we get actual privacy protecting options.

You do realize that there is a law in China stating that all Chinese businesses are require to hand over all information/data including their clients' upon request by the CCP.

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Posted in: Apple's data shows a deepening dependence on China as Trump's tariffs loom See in context

Is Apple lack of foresight or something? Samsung and such had been moving their production lines to somewhere else (Vietnam, India, etc.) for a long time. I think it took them about 10 years and it recently just closed its last factory in China. Not because of the tariff, but more due to the rising cost of labor.

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Posted in: Japan considers tighter ownership reporting rules to better monitor China, officials say See in context

It's about time.

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Posted in: Hong Kong democracy activists get bail; protest march banned See in context

^ a lot of them are already doing so especially those with money.

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