Lawmaker hurls odorous object in Legislative council
Police gather evidence in the main chamber of the Legislative Council after a pan-democrat lawmaker hurled an odorous object during the Second Reading of the National Anthem Bill in Hong Kong on May 28, 2020.
As the security law was passed, students from Hong Kong and Taiwan displayed placards reading “Bad laws of China’s national security" during a protest outside the Hong Kong’s Taipei office.
300 people arrested
Around 300 people were arrested, most for illegal assembly, in three districts, police said.
Protesters blocked roads
Pro-democracy protesters, on May 27, blocked roads with construction material in the Mongkok district of Hong Kong hours before China passed new security laws for Hong Kong.
Repeated warnings were issued
Police warned protesters before firing pepper balls to handle the growing crowd.
Aegis - a restaurant with a meaning
Various messages of support for Hong Kong’s freedom are displayed in the window of the Aegis, a restaurant started by a Hong Kong lawyer to help those who have left the city, in Taipei.