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Meet Hong Kong's Teenage Protesters | The Dispatch

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  • Published on:  Thursday, August 22, 2019
  • Antigovernment protests have raged all summer, aided by student activists. How will they be heard after they go back to school? Here’s what they told us.

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  • kongming2005


     9 hours ago

    Please correct your words. They are not protesters, they are rioters and hooligans. Planned and prepared. Should export these rioters to New York. These kids are taking this like a game and enjoying themselves selfishly. It will be next level of excitement if they are exported to NY to face NYPD

  • Wisdom wis

    Wisdom wis

     10 hours ago

    Hong Kong Bad protester = brainless zombie (无脑僵尸)
    Vandalism public facilities and transports. (无脑糟蹋)
    Destroy your own people properties and shops. (无脑毀壞)
    Brain wash false education history from teacher to student. (无脑教育)
    Bullied your own people who don't join this Brainless Democracy. (无脑民主)
    Now these Hong Kong bad protester act like brainless zombie (无脑僵尸) walking and screaming for democracy?
    I don't think there is future for brainless zombie (无脑僵尸) .

  • Jacob Petrin

    Jacob Petrin

     16 hours ago

    I’m so glad I live in America with the second amendment to make sure I have a way to defend my self from tyranny like china

  • Cameron Pan

    Cameron Pan


    Serious mental health issues need to be addressed in HK!

  • John Brandon

    John Brandon



  • man po

    man po


    Can production team rework this video by their faces being blur so as to protect their identies ?
    Police will arrest them if watch it

  • ming


     yesterday +1

    I think there are too many information about the protesters being exposed... risk to them to be identified by bad cops...

  • Ro0ster


     yesterday +1

    Terrorists are starting young these days even in 1st world cities.

  • Lee Chenghao

    Lee Chenghao


    They don't have their own water supply , no army , hard to form any resistance , it is inevitable

  • Kobi1976



    The question is when will they be send to reeducation camps?

  • Feng Mandy

    Feng Mandy


    Make a choice choose to be a riot officer and have authority and shoot people with bullets or just protester having sheer forcep

  • Anthony lo

    Anthony lo

     yesterday +1

    The summer has ended
    But they’re still fighting for themselves

  • tony cao

    tony cao


    is because you want to take thay money, peripd, stop lying.

  • 噬玩割基




  • Kaempfer M

    Kaempfer M


    Young punks with no self-esteem looking for attention.

  • Kiky Rizky

    Kiky Rizky


    They are losing credibility when comparing real life to a simulation game.

  • roy li

    roy li

     2 days ago +1

    I am a mainlander. In my opinion, Hong Kong is a legal society. Young people in Hong Kong are very civilized and of good quality. They know how to pursue their rights with reasonable means. Young people in mainland China will never catch up with them.

  • F4 ALT

    F4 ALT

     2 days ago +2

    I am a student that also participant this campaign in the summer. I am 17years old. But I have no enough courage to stand at the front line against the government and the police. I just stand behind them. I love them so much because they protected us!

  • Amy Chan

    Amy Chan

     2 days ago

    The New York Times, I hope you could make a video about Hong Kong police’s terrorist attack on 31 August 2019 at the Prince Edward Station. The government including the Hong Kong Police, the Fire Fighters and the Hong Kong Mass Transit Railway (MTR) are trying to cover up that they have killed 3 people in the incident. I believe you have the intelligence to raise out many suspicious points and let this cover up be disclosed to the western world who may care!

    Hong Kong people feel very hopeless in this incident as the crime was carried out by the Hong Kong police and with their ‘professional’ CSI cover up work. Call for international help is needed for Hong Kongers.

  • reicirith


     2 days ago

    You guys should do an investigation on all the attempts at misinformation from both sides. There are rumours about corpses (no blood, no wills) of people that have been killed in police skirmishes being thrown from buildings making it look like suicide. And then there's the one about 14 year old girls being pressured to be comfort women. It's all getting pretty ridiculous.