We looked inside some of the tweets by @janellewong and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
We stand w/the people of #HongKong. Their peaceful demonstrations are a strong & profound statement against the extradition bill, which undermines the rule of law & a secure business environment. We urge Chief Executive #CarrieLam to withdraw the bill. http://go.usa.gov/xmzFx
"At the end of the Umbrella Movement, didn't we say we will be back? And now, we are back!" Hong Kong pro-democracy lawmaker Claudia Mo gave an impassioned speech in front of protesters today. She speaks to @klustout about the city's anti-extradition bill demonstrations.
Earlier I said our team was tear gassed as we filmed next to a group of #HongKong protestors. Our awesome photog @CBSrandy grabbed this still from the vid. These super kind protestors helped douse my eyes. Watch @CBSEveningNews tonight to see how it happened. @CBSNews is here.
Hong Kong protests on the front page of Wednesday's New York Times Live coverage here https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/12/world/asia/hong-kong-protest-extradition.html …
After a long & emotional day, i hope this vid will bring you peace before going to bed. These people, who don’t know each other before, have been singing the same hallelujah song for more than 18 hours in front of the police. Again, only in #hongkong #extraditionbill #AntiELAB
Hong Kong's youth protestors are kind. I post this clip to say thanks. @CBSrandy was rolling when the police fired tear gas at the group we were in. An umbrella and helmet were forced on me. I'll prob never know who they are but I'm so grateful for their care. #HongKongProtests