We looked inside some of the tweets by @mikeives and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Even as Hong Kong returns to normal(ish), something is missing: live music. That's tough for working musicians https://t.co/hotERtMMbN
Along the highway to Poly U we have protesters who came to flank the police and now more police coming in behind the protesters. It would have made for a tough moment for protesters, but they got a warning police were coming and took off mostly down a side street. https://t.co/rtwXXayabi
The call now is for supporters to stream in from all directions to free the students and others on the campus. What we’re seeing along the highway is one stream of protesters responding to a call to arms that’s supposed to flank police on all sides. Police seem aware of this. https://t.co/LuJ8fBesFL
Hong Kong police now threatening to use “lethal force” to arrest those inside besieged campus who don't surrender. Tense moment. https://t.co/V35IGUrCoS
After reading chilling China-Xinjiang story by @austinramzy & @ChuBailiang, I reread our 2014 story on Xi at Xinjiang work forum. Xinhua said Xi spoke of new “special policy” in south Xinjiang w/ “special measures” to “deal with special things.” The camps? https://t.co/z0l381FSc5 https://t.co/QEDEnoB14d