Hong Kong citizens are urged to withdraw all money from their banks tomorrow.

Hong Kong National Party leader Andy Chan Ho-tin.

From the video:

“(香港15日综合电)香港民族党前召集人陈浩天周三会见记者时表示,明白港人为最近连番发生的警暴、警黑合作事件感难过,也知有市民想再次组织大规模冲击,但他认为现时冲击未必能达到期望效果,反而前线或会有更多人受伤。”

Translated:

(Hong Kong, 15th) The former convenor of the Hong Kong National Party, Chen Haotian, met with reporters on Wednesday and said that he understands that the people of Hong Kong are saddened by the recent incidents of police violence and police cooperation. They also know that some citizens want to organize large-scale shocks again, but He believes that the current impact may not achieve the desired effect, but there may be more people injured on the front line.

Asia Times | HK protesters march, withdraw money from Bank of China

Anti-extradition protesters set up ‘Lennon Walls’ in different districts to express their opinions

Queues were seen at certain branches of the Bank of China (Hong Kong) in the morning after netizens called for a money-withdrawal campaign to stress-test the cash storage situation of the Chinese bank.

A queue was seen out side the Tai Po branch of the Bank of China. Photo: RTHK

Source: Asia Times | HK protesters march, withdraw money from Bank of China | Article

 
 

Hong Kong extradition bill: rally organisers urge residents to keep pushing against proposed law | South China Morning Post

The Civil Human Rights Front and pan-democratic lawmakers made it clear that delaying the bill would not be enough.

  • Civic Party leader Alvin Yeung emphasised Hongkongers would only accept scrapping of the bill
  • ‘Postponing the legislation will not solve the problem,’ he said

Source: Hong Kong extradition bill: rally organisers urge residents to keep pushing against proposed law | South China Morning Post

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