Thousands of Arrests Won’t Stop Hong Kong Protests, Movement Hits Half Year Mark
Following the sieges on the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Polytechnic University, the local district council elections saw a major victory for democratic candidates across the region. Although the extradition bill that sparked the movement was withdrawn months ago, the movement became about the future of the special administrative region, with four of the five demands still unaddressed. Last week marked the six month anniversary and saw one of the largest marches since the movement’s start in June.
**Update 12/17: A subtitling error was removed
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