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Hong Kong: Jogging protesters hold peaceful demo to ‘stand with Hong Kong’

2 21.11.2019 Инфо

M/S Joggers at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park, Hong Kong
M/S Joggers at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park
M/S Joggers at Golden Bauhinia Square.
M/S Joggers at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park
W/S Joggers at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park
M/S Joggers at Golden Bauhinia Square for protest, Hong Kong
M/S Joggers at Golden Bauhinia Square
SOT, Ms.Winny, Hong Kong local: "I'm here to fight for my children and to tell the world that we are here, we are fighting for our freedom and we all stand with Hong Kong."
Joggers at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park
SOT, Ms. Polly, Hong Kong local: "The reason I'm here it's because I want to fight with Hong Kong, and stand with Hong Kong so we all fight for our Freedom."
M/S Joggers at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park
M/S Statue at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park
C/U plaque at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park
SOT, Mr. Tom, Hong Kong local: "We are here to write an S.O.S, we want to spread the word to internationals that how difficult situation in Polytechnical University [is] the Polytechnical University's students it's under indiscriminate arrest and in a difficult situation, so we want the international society to help us."
M/S Joggers at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park
M/S Joggers at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park
M/S Joggers at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Park
SCRIPT
Around 200 people joined a jogging demonstration Hong Kong on Thursday, to peacefully show their support for the ongoing protests in the city.
Ms.Winny, who was part of the demonstration, explained her reasons for attending “I'm here to fight for my children and to tell the world that we are here, we are fighting for our freedom and we all stand with Hong Kong."
Another protest, Mr. Tom, said the protesters “are here to write an S.O.S, we want to spread the word to internationals that how difficult situation in Polytechnical University [is] the Polytechnical University's students it's under indiscriminate arrest and in a difficult situation, so we want the international society to help us."
Hong Kong has been rocked by protests sparked by a now-withdrawn extradition bill since March. The rallies have since evolved into a wider movement against the government, marked by violent clashes between protesters and the authorities.