We looked inside some of the tweets by @CherBY6 and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
For the first time, Hong Kong's leader has apologized in person for the chaos and violence of the past week. Massive demonstrations forced her to hold up a controversial extradition bill. @RamyInocencio is in Hong Kong with more:
She didn’t apologise for the chaos and violence but the deficiencies in government work that leads ‘controversies, disputes and anxieties in society’. Full press release : https://www.info.gov.hk/gia/general/201906/18/P2019061800812.htm … @RamyInocencio @CBSThisMorning
This much is 100% clear: Carrie Lam is unable to say the word “retract.” Whether by choice or by Beijing directive. If she did retract all #extraditionbill proposals she might regain some of society’s trust - but would lose Beijing’s and her job. Rock and a hard place. @CBSNews
The problem with HK politicians is that they do weird word dances because they’re performing for public and but also cryptic behind-the-scenes audience. Even the most informed ppl are left to guess why she can’t say retract or withdraw.
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Amazing. Carrie Lam apologized but *only on paper. This is the crowd on Queensway. Their chants “withdraw, withdraw” are deafening! They want Lam to totally withdraw controversial legislation on extradition to China. And resign. @CBSNews is here! #HongKongProtests #TellTheWorld
Someone’s threatening to jump onto Queensway from the fourth level terrace by the J.W. Marriott. Spoke to a bystander who said it’s an anti-extradition bill protestor. Unsure if a stunt or not but it’s what’s happening now. #HongKongProtests #ExtradictionBill