Women representative condemns Hong Kong violent protests
Pansy Ho Chiu-king, chairperson of the Hong Kong Federation of Women, on Wednesday condemned the increasingly violent acts in Hong Kong's radical protests in her UNHRC speech.
Pansy Ho Chiu-king, chairperson of the Hong Kong Federation of Women, speaks at a meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council on September 11, 2019. [Photo: China Plus/Yi Xin]
In the past 95 days, since June 9, the Hong Kong people have been plagued with 130 protests, in which 110 ended in violence, said Pansy Ho.
Ho pointed out that ordinary residents in Hong Kong are the "hardest hit victims."
She also expressed deep concern over Hong Kong's education system, stating that children of all age are indoctrinated with police-hatred and anti-establishment beliefs at school and online and children of police will be targeted and bullied by others.
"We will not tolerate child exploitation," Ho stressed, calling for the international community to reprimand organizers and influencers behind.