Hundreds of secondary school students attended a pro-democracy demonstrations in central Hong Kong on Monday (September 2) as part of a wider anti-government movement that has plunged the Chinese-ruled city in its biggest political crisis in decades. Protesters had called for a general strike but most people appeared to return to their daily lives with shops opening, trains operating and workers making their way to offices across the global financial hub.
DJ Black Coffee drew the ire of social media users after tweeting about a sold-out event in Israel last Friday.
"The panel is disappointed in this outcome as the members were committed to being part of this innovative idea from Spur."
Station speaks out about "racism" furore for the first time.
Can you believe it has 16 million members?
"I'm not just learning a language, I am learning a culture and a people. But it is very hard when it is antagonistic."
Solidarity turns the pressure on Spur while franchise owners lose business. It's all just a mess.
People are already discussing which musical acts will headline the January 20th event in Washington D.C.