Ms. Lui, aged 85, waited outside the polling station from 9 am until noon since she didn't know the delay of the primaries. “Voting is my responsibility and I don't worry about the legal issues,” Lui said.
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Nearly 140 thousand voted in the first 6 hours since polls opened, >80% of two day goal.
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First day of primary voting over, total voters = 230k, already over the organizer’s original 2-day goal. To be continued from 9am-9 pm tomorrow.
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Nearly 60 thousand voted in the first 3 hours of polls opening, long lines in every district.
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Lennon Walls and altars on HKU’s U-Street were sabotaged by unknown people at 7 pm today.
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Long lines seen across the city for the pan-dem primary elections- HKers are showing the CCP regime and the world that we have not given up, we demand liberty and we will not be intimidated by scare tactics or the so-called National Security Law
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Apparently it's a crime to buy airline ticket for someone you knew
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Social distancing while voting in Tai Po
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The ingenuity of our people never ceases to surprise me. After a district counselor’s office was barred by the government to be used as a voting station for today’s pro-democracy camp primaries, a bus was used instead for voting
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First day of primary elections, long lines at polling stations.
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Vote in pro-democracy primary election this weekend!
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Picture worth a thousand words.
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Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) removed all blank post-it notes from Students' Union wall
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Keep Calm and Vote Freedom
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Also polls are opening at 12:00 noon instead of 9am
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Rule of law according to the Department of justice: applying to change sentence from 240 hours of community service to 5 weeks in jail for flag desecration VS dropping charges for 3kg of ketamine found on girl living in police dormitory
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Lost in the Pages
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Hong Kongers will adapt.
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Show your support for Hong Kong
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New artwork by Badiucao calling for more international support for Hong Kong
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Watching the city lights
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SCMP published several opinion pieces written by a fake persona, withdraws articles.
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Attack on Giant Insect (Art by Ah To)
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Reaching out to Hong Kong residents: List of countries planning to receive Hong Kong citizens with open arms
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Only 7 of the 53 countries in UN Human Rights Council that supported the NSL rank above 100 in the 2019 EIC Democracy Index, and none above 50. All those that oppose it are within the top 50. Blue Ribbons should boycott travelling and moving to those latter countries to show their patriotism.
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Music box that plays Glory to Hong Kong, made by the official song writing team.
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Hong Kong unveiled new “National Insecurity Office”
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“Stand with HK” grassroots activist attacked overseas
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"A struggle does not have to require tens of millions of people attending to be called one", remarks lunchtime protest regular David as he demonstrates for democracy in Festival Walk today with a friend. [Stand News]
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209 thousand people entered HK without quarantine between February and May
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