Jerome Taylor
@JeromeTaylor
Sun Jun 16 05:42:27 +0000 2019

This time last week — when organisers say one million people hit the streets — the colour of the day was white https://t.co/J1pF6ONILH

Today it is black, representing the anger that has exploded since the city’s pro-Beijing leaders ignored last Sunday’s march and threw their support behind police after Wednesday’s clashes https://t.co/NAyL0sum5m

A sea of black https://t.co/okrYYPKhxU

And they just keep arriving https://t.co/YztUoTC42A

Plenty of anger towards police. This sign spotted by my colleague @yuenok https://t.co/wxC7EZFStD

Exclusive: Young Hong Kongers who marshalled the fight against police earlier this week tell @AFP how they were pushed into embracing more confrontational tactics by the failure of years of peaceful protests. Brilliant piece by @yuenok https://t.co/RFgOFcW0CZ

The march has begun. Some early pics on the @AFP wire https://t.co/RrmIJewZRD

Bouquets of white flowers, written tributes & origami cranes have piled up outside a high-end Hong Kong shopping mall, where a young man plunged to his death protesting against a controversial extradition bill, @AFP's @AdkinRoss and @HelenRoxburgh report https://t.co/7mq5n0nPCu