On Wednesday, flash-mob rallies went off in Hong Kong over the rage increased as police shot dead a teenage protester who assaulted officers in a dramatic boom of the aggressive unrest that has overwhelmed the region for months.
A large number of people decided to lift their voice up against the shot protestor including office workers wearing suits and shirts, erupted in street of the special administrative region in China.
They all gathered in a park to start marching through the city’s commercial district in an unsanctioned rally, chanted slogans against the police and anti-government.
A huge crowed turned the school of 18-year-old Tsang Chi-kin to become part of the protest march, while the teenage was shot in the chest by a policeman when he suddenly attacked officers alongside a group of masked protesters using poles and umbrellas.
The international finance hub left reeling from the shooting, the first time an activist has been targeted with a live round in almost four months of more and more brutal pro-democracy protests.
One of the most disturbing situations in the history of Hong Kong came out on Tuesday as clashes between police officers and protestors went worsen. However, that day China celebrated 70 years of Communist Party rule with a huge military parade in Beijing.
Severe violence highlighted enraged public anger against rule of Beijing and transferred the attention from China’s carefully arranged birthday party.
Demonstrators continued their full of rage protest across the more than one locations as hardcore protesters threw petrol bombs and rocks. In the response Police launched tear gas, water cannon and rubber bullets on the protesters.
Police had to face huge criticism over a feisty defense of their colleague during a press conference held on Wednesday and explained that he did what he believed right to secure his life.
Deputy Commissioner Mr. Tang Ping-Keung addressed reporters, said, “He only had one option, that is to fire the gun to immediately resolve the danger,”