Hong Kong Protesters Brave Wind, Rain and Death Threats
It has been several days since the Hong Kong massive protests
It was triggered by the political reforms imposed by the
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) National People Congress
(NPC) Standing Committee.
There is still no sign of it easing.
It’s expected that the protest will be stepped up on October
1st and 2nd because of the two day public holiday.
September 30, the protesters still held out in the thunderstorms
during the evening after a sticky day.
In the evenings, the number of protestors in three Central
Occupy sites Admiralty, Causeway Bay, and Mongkok is still
The Hong Kong government has changed the strategy to deal
with protesters by withdrawing the riot police and the police
However, some unidentified provocateurs attacked the
protesters to stir up dissension.
All sorts of abnorma signs make some observers uneasy.
Whether this massive occupation will eventually end up with
a bloody crackdown is being closely monitored around the
The Central Occupy Sponsors Received Death Threat
Some front-line Hong Kong scholars said they became the
object of intimidation by death threats.
According to the British Reuters report, associate professor of
Chinese University of Hong Kong society Chan Kin Man,
who is also the sponsor of Central Occupy said that he
received a murder threat by letter in mess Chinese.
Another sponsor, Associate Professor of Hong Kong University,
Tai Yiu Ting also said that he has received death threats
including a letter and a razor blade.
Another five scholars who actively participate in the Central
Occupy also became the objects of death threat.
Hong Kong Federation of Students (HKFS): We Will Take
Government Building if Liang Refuses dialogue
So far, Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying has no
made no response to the dialogue offer other than accuse
Central Occupy of illegality.
According to the Hong Kong Media the InmediaHK’s post on
Facebook on the 30th, HKFS Secretary-General Zhou Yongkang
appealed at around 16:30.
He requested Leung Chun-ying to explain the tear gas use against
the public as soon as possible, and positively respond to the
four aspirations of the Hong Kong people.
Zhou Yongkang said that the protestors will upgrade the
campaign to take place at government office if
Leung Chun-ying refuses dialogue.
Shenzhen Resident is Detained Due to Forward Hong Kong
Central Occupy posts
It is hard to see any news of the Hong Kong intense protest on
the mainland media and social network microblogs.
A Shenzhen resident Wang Long is arrested and detained by the
Chinese authorities because of reprinting the Hong Kong protest
Wang Long’s attorney Fan Biaowen confirmed to our reporter
on September 30th that he received the Shenzhen Longgang
public security bureau’s phone call confirming that:
Wang Long is detained in Longgang detention Center Public
on charges of picking quarrels and stirring up trouble.
Fan Biaowen said that the police told him that Wang Long’s
detention is because he reprinted some posts online about the
Hong Kong Central Occupy process,
as well as his participation in civic activities to request
government information in public.
Post-Production /Zhou YuLin