Tear Gas in the Time of COVID-19

As if the latter weren’t enough, Hong Kongers are also having to cope with stuff like this:

A masterclass in aggressive pointing. Dickson Lee | South China Morning Post

It’s hard to describe what it feels like to be “policed.” This photo — along with this roundup from the Hong Kong Free Press — bring us a little closer to that reality.

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