This is how Hong Kong did Halloween.
Protesters dressed up in masks of unpopular leaders in defiance of the city's controversial mask ban. pic.twitter.com/UJdUnKQKhK
— Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) November 1, 2019
Qipao-clad women posing as Regina Ip (labeled big sister) and Carrie Lam (labeled little sister) slap each other in what these revelers call a political struggle pic.twitter.com/0AajNE4ILU
— Tiffany May (@nytmay) October 31, 2019
The best way to celebrate Halloween.
Hong Kong banned masks.
So the thousands of people came out to protest wearing Halloween masks today.
— Joshua Potash 🆘 (@JoshuaPotash) November 1, 2019
Hong Kong police fire tear gas to break up anti-government protests as masked demonstrators gatecrash Halloween festivities https://t.co/F5OQ01wSJH pic.twitter.com/qJciV2j1tR
— Reuters (@Reuters) October 31, 2019
Hong Kong democracy activists donned Halloween masks lampooning the city's pro-Beijing leaders, defying an emergency law that bans face coverings and sparking renewed clashes with policehttps://t.co/8yItqFGFJl pic.twitter.com/cfPjdqCxHh
— AFP news agency (@AFP) November 1, 2019
Hong Kong police fire tear gas to disperse Halloween protests https://t.co/F5OQ01Ou8h pic.twitter.com/vJwuLQkUfk
— Reuters (@Reuters) November 1, 2019
Tear gas was fired again on Hong Kong's Halloween, this time on Des Voeux Road in Central #HongKongProtests pic.twitter.com/NkC8d5iPqh
— Bloomberg TicToc (@tictoc) October 31, 2019
#Halloween night in #HongKong at #Kowloon districts, there was a #AntiMaskBan march.
Most streets were blocked, many innocent civilians trapped in the middle of it.
Since when will the gov’t and police realise tear gas is not the solution of the protest? pic.twitter.com/affnRzfJyE
— Nikki😷 (@nikki_miumiu) October 31, 2019