Demonstrators converged on Sai Wan’s China Liaison Office in Hong Kong on Sunday night, following an otherwise peaceful anti-extradition law protest. They threw eggs and ink-filled balloons, obscured CCTV cameras with spray paint and covered parts of the building’s exterior with anti-government graffiti. One activist reiterated the movement’s demands, before riot police arrived on the scene. Activists then fled eastwards towards Central. Read the full story.
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