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Hong Kong to end year with multiple protests, kick off 2020 with big march
Reuters, December 30, 2019

Hong Kong student beaten by police diagnosed with PTSD, abandons upcoming exams
Hong Kong Free Press, December 30, 2019

台灣教會支援約二百港人 大部分學生有創傷症候群徵狀 (Taiwan church offers humanitarian aid to 200 Hong Kongers who fled the city, says most students suffer from PTSD)
Radio Television Hong Kong, December 30, 2019

港鐵新工會爭公開7.21、8.31CCTV 主席:想擺脫「黨鐵」之名為市民服務 (Newly formed MTR workers union urges disclosure of surveillance footage for Yuen Long and Prince Edward attacks), December 30, 2019

江永祥:有人帶示威者入元朗 牽引 721 襲擊 否認最先到場軍裝警「逃走」("Someone brought protesters to Yuen Long" and led to 7.21 attacks, says police in interview; denies officers "fled" after first arriving on scene)
Stand News, December 30, 2019

社協:去年48宗在囚人士企圖自殺 應獨立檢討 (NGO received 48 reports of prisoners trying to commit suicide in jail this year, urges independent review of complaint mechanisms)
Radio Television Hong Kong, December 30, 2019

Pro-Beijing party scrambling to find 200 jobs and restore morale of staff crushed in Hong Kong elections
South China Morning Post, December 30, 2019

葉建源認為楊潤雄說法非常不恰當 將校長置於政治風眼 (Legislator slams Secretary for Education after threats that headmasters who support teachers suspended for protest-conduct could face disqualification)
Radio Television Hong Kong, December 29, 2019

Hong Kong protests: school principal hoping to bring warring sides together one sharing session at a time
South China Morning Post, December 29, 2019

早前稱自願參與 楊潤雄今指要求出版社提交通識教科書 (Education chief reaffirms "voluntary participation" while reports say publishers required to submit Liberal Studies textbook for review)
Radio Television Hong Kong, December 29, 2019

All I want for Christmas is a free Hong Kong: how activists used festive cards to get the word out
Hong Kong Free Press, December 29, 2019

Hong Kong district council elections: will victories for three openly gay candidates pave the way for improved LGBT rights in the city?
South China Morning Post, December 29, 2019

Taiwan seeking legal help from Hong Kong has ‘nothing to do with politics’
South China Morning Post, December 29, 2019

The Hong Kong resistance is only just getting started
Quartz, December 28, 2019

Hong Kong police paid $17 million in allowances related to protest
Hong Kong Free Press, December 28, 2019

In Hong Kong, local entrepreneurs champion the pro-democracy cause
Hong Kong Free Press, December 28, 2019

Hong Kong's year in seven intense emotions
BBC, December 28, 2019

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