Night of violence and grief in Hong Kong as city mourns death of student Chow Tsz-lok
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Hong Kong’s public mourned a university student who died on Friday after falling from a car park amid chaotic confrontations between police and protesters, sparking a fresh round of outrage.

Chow Tsz-lok, 22, a second-year computer science undergraduate at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, died from a cardiac arrest at Queen Elizabeth Hospital at around 8am on Friday.

The news caused shock and grief across the city – but also triggered protests and violence.

In a tense stand-off Friday night, an officer fired a live round into the air in Yau Ma Tei, a police source confirmed.

He said a group of detectives were surrounded by protesters at the junction of Hamilton Street and Nathan Road and one officer fired a warning shot. He said nobody was injured. This came after a day of grieving that rocked the city.

University president Wei Shyy announced Chow’s death at a graduation ceremony in the morning. Many in the crowd broke down in tears. The university announced classes would be suspended to mourn his death and Shyy later issued a public statement demanding a “thorough and independent investigation”.
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9-11-2019 8:52 AM
lvlrsSTI said:
Hong Kong’s public mourned a university student who died on Friday after falling from a car park amid chaotic confrontations between police and protesters, sparking a fresh round of outrage.

Chow Tsz-lok, 22, a second-year computer science undergraduate at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, died from a cardiac arrest at Queen Elizabeth Hospital at around 8am on Friday.

The news caused shock and grief across the city – but also triggered protests and violence.

In a tense stand-off Friday night, an officer fired a live round into the air in Yau Ma Tei, a police source confirmed.

He said a group of detectives were surrounded by protesters at the junction of Hamilton Street and Nathan Road and one officer fired a warning shot. He said nobody was injured. This came after a day of grieving that rocked the city.

University president Wei Shyy announced Chow’s death at a graduation ceremony in the morning. Many in the crowd broke down in tears. The university announced classes would be suspended to mourn his death and Shyy later issued a public statement demanding a “thorough and independent investigation”.

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Very sad to see a young innocent naive life ended like that but it is also quite remarkable that after months of riot, there is only one death and the rioters are going to milk every ounce out of it.
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If he be good, stay at home, dont become rioter, he will not be dead.
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光复香港,时代革命。
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9-11-2019 8:52 AM
lvlrsSTI said:
Hong Kong’s public mourned a university student who died on Friday after falling from a car park amid chaotic confrontations between police and protesters, sparking a fresh round of outrage.

Chow Tsz-lok, 22, a second-year computer science undergraduate at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, died from a cardiac arrest at Queen Elizabeth Hospital at around 8am on Friday.

The news caused shock and grief across the city – but also triggered protests and violence.

In a tense stand-off Friday night, an officer fired a live round into the air in Yau Ma Tei, a police source confirmed.

He said a group of detectives were surrounded by protesters at the junction of Hamilton Street and Nathan Road and one officer fired a warning shot. He said nobody was injured. This came after a day of grieving that rocked the city.

University president Wei Shyy announced Chow’s death at a graduation ceremony in the morning. Many in the crowd broke down in tears. The university announced classes would be suspended to mourn his death and Shyy later issued a public statement demanding a “thorough and independent investigation”.

Chow chow death ?? Import from china lah dizzy
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And those who have hunted man long enough and liked it,
never care for anything else thereafter.

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Dead dog hangs on trees, Dead cats flow into river.
Man falls from height, Woman let go in water.
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Our PMD creates more mayhem

9-11-2019 10:29 AM
maipenrai said:
Very sad to see a young innocent naive life ended like that but it is also quite remarkable that after months of riot, their is only one death and the rioters are going to milk every ounce out of it.
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Honestly the way the protesters behave they expect no casualties??? The casualties will just go up if this continuesSad
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