Hong Kong saw some of its most extensive clashes yet during the summer’s anti-extradition bill movement, as last Monday’s general strike escalated into city-wide skirmishes between protesters and riot police. But what is it like to be among the protesters, engulfed in tear gas? HKFP shares Thomas Boarder‘s feature-length 360, 4k movie of the Tai Po clashes. Click here for the full story.
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