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Hong Kong Coronavirus



                                  
Hong Kong Protests and Reaction

                                                 during COVID-19

Hong Kong Free Press




                        


Yuen Long’s transport interchange has long been the home of a large pro-democracy Lennon Wall, with messages of support for the anti-extradition law movement.
    



                


Messages called protesters “rioters,” took aim at democrat Lam Cheuk-ting, and called for the legislation of the Article 23 national security law. As some protesters attempted to remove the new posters, police officers shouted: “Do not litter.”



                


At around 9:15pm, Yuen Long District Council Chair Zachary Wong was arrested at Yuen Long MTR station. According to InMedia, he was searched by police officers and was asked to show his ID card. With his arms bent behind his back, the police officer said Wong was resisting so was arrested, InMedia reported














                          



Coronavirus: Hong Kong shipping firms under fire as face mask frenzy causes weeks-long delivery backlog


HKFP

Kelly Ho


March 07, 2020


People who have ordered face masks online are complaining about delays to their parcels, while freight consolidators say they are working flat out to keep up with a huge increase in demand for their services.

The mask-buying frenzy quickly cleared shelves on e-commerce platforms such as Amazon US and Japan, Rakuten Global Market and Gmarket. Since some sellers would only ship their products domestically, or charge expensive rates for international shipping, many people in Hong Kong had to rely on local consolidators to send their face mask orders home in bulk.



https://www.hongkongfp.com/2020/03/07/coronavirus-hong-kong-shipping-firms-fire-face-mask-frenzy-causes-weeks-long-delivery-backlog/








                      



Ex-localist leader Edward Leung transferred to maximum-security prison


HKFP March 6, 2020

Rachel Wong

Leung was the spokesperson of the now inactive localist party Hong Kong Indigenous which advocated Hongkongers’ “self-determination” for the city’s future. He ran in the Legislative Council New Territories (East) By-election in 2016 and was convicted of rioting as he campaigned during the unrest in Mong Kok in 2016. During the Lunar New Year festivities, bloody clashes broke out between protesters and police, triggered by the authorities’ attempts to clear street hawkers.

The news of his transfer first emerged on Wednesday as opposition lawmaker Cheng Chung-tai, chair of Civic Passion, said on Facebook that an inmate had received enough letters and Christmas cards to fill a suitcase. He speculated as to the reason for the transfer: “Maybe there was sensitive content, maybe some maniacs said they would break into the prison, maybe the Communists set him up, maybe the Department made a great deal out of it… To conclude, after receiving these cards the inmate was transferred to a Category A prison with maximum security…”

有一位在囚人士,在聖誕期間收到了一堆如行李喼大小的書信及聖誕卡。可能內裡有一些敏感內容;可能有人瘋狂地說要劫獄;可能是土共借機��佢一鑊;可能是署方玩嘢小題大做⋯⋯結論是,這位囚友在收到這些卡後,被調柙至最高設防級別的 Cat….



https://www.hongkongfp.com/2020/03/06/ex-localist-leader-edward-leung-transferred-maximum-security-prison-report/