In 18th week of protest wave, around 10.000 Hong Kong residents gather at Central District, 1 October 2019. Their purpose is still the same, to push for the five demands they have been fighting for the last 4 months.
A clash happened between police forces and black-clad protesters in Tuen Muen in the afternoon. As some protesters become aggresive, officers fired multiple tear gas in Wong Tai Sin. Defensive form established by the protesters using umbrellas to cover themselves.
Different view in Western District, Kowloon where the protesters march peacefully to China Liaison Office where Beijing representative located in Sai Wan. But later on they retracted when police use watercanon there and move to Central Government Complex to join the other mass.
Cynthia, Hong Konger who gather with the mass in Southern Playground in Wan Chai District says there are 6 assemblies in 7 different districts on 1st October. The girl who currently studying in UK told Citizen Daily that the protesters have no deadline to keep going what they’re doing now.
“We will just keep fighting. This movement also dont need leader. Hong Kong residents can lead themselves.” Cynthia told Citizen Daily.