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Hong Kong: Queen's Pier protesters carried off

More than twenty-four hours after the hour the Hong Kong government was slated to begin destruction of the Queen's Pier in downtown Hong Kong, writes Sina blogger and Phoenix TV journalist Rose Luqiu Liuwei, did police finally move in at ten a.m. yesterday morning, first sealing off the scene and then spending the entire day carefully trying to remove protesters [zh]. She has posted several photos here, and English-language reporting from one of the protesters involved can be found here.

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