Protests in Hong Kong continued this weekend. Which side do Hong Kong people support? The police or protesters? What is the attitude of Hong Kong people towards the protests? Here’s the answer.
Residents living in Whampoa asked the Riot Police to leave as they have been stationed there for 2 hours, thus disrupting their livelihood.
Following the dissatisfaction of the residents, the security asked the riot police to back off politely.
A lady shouted to the police and said she just wanted to have dinner; others wanted to go back home. Then one of the riot police pushed forward to the lady (and the rest of the crowd) and said, “Are you trying to attack the police?”. The press beside said, “The riot police are the ones who are trying to intimidate the residents, but they claim the residents are the ones who are attacking the police.”
Meanwhile, the Hong Kong bus driver stands with Hong Kong protesters.
The driver changed the route display to “Hong Kong ‘add oil'” (meaning: stand with Hong Kong) and stuck stickers of flags from different countries on the window.
This bus was forced to stop as a result of the police dispersion of civilians.
Source: Editorial Board, CityU SU