We looked inside some of the tweets by @antielabhk and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Respect and Rest In Peace. You have tried your best, we will finish the rest 🙏🏻 WE DEMAND WITHDRAWAL, NOT DEFERRAL @guardian @thetimes @WSJ @nytimes @CBSNews @NBCNews @Independent @CBCAlerts @globeandmail @ChannelNewsAsia @japantimes @Telegraph @theheraldsun @RFI_En @australian
Just escaped Causeway Bay gridlock to skip ahead to Admiralty. Live coverage on @hongkongfp as the metro system struggles to cope. So much for Lam's "postponement" putting a dampener on today's turnout. #NoToChinaExtradition
Large crowds have gathered in Victoria Park to urge the gov't to withdraw the extradition bill and to oppose the police's use of force against Wednesday's protesters. The march is set to kick off at 2.30pm. 👉In full: http://bit.ly/extraditionhk
Suspension is not a choice, WE DEMAND WITHDRAWAL #AntiELAB
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive Carrie Lam is meeting the pro-Beijing legislators in the Goverment House, believed to be discussing the Extradition Bill. Yet the pro-democratic legislators, who truly represents the people, have not been invited. Source: https://hk.news.appledaily.com/local/realtime/article/20190615/59716491 …
Translation: [Hong Kong Mother’s #antiELAB Rally on 6.14] A mother said: Young people, don’t worry. If someone is going to hurt you again, they will have to kill us (the mothers) first! We don’t want our next generation to live in darkness and terror, this is still Hong Kong!
Elderly man, Mr. Ng, who is battling stage 3 lung cancer, got shot by a rubber bullet in his stomach. Fortunately, his condition is steady now. His daughter stated that he has always supported the social movement due to his deep belief in voicing opposition against injustice. #HK