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OFW Netizen from Hong Kong Shared Some Photos of the City’s Current Situation

A concerned OFW netizen shared photos of some parts of Hong Kong where she shows how chaotic the city’s situation right now.

OFW Netizen
Photo Source: Facebook/ Angela Divinagracia

The new phase in the crisis, which has forced schools and shopping malls to close as well as the shutdown of large chunks of the vital train network, has prompted police to warn the city is on the verge of “total collapse” and a “breakdown.”

China, facing the biggest challenge to its rule of the territory since it was handed back by the British in 1997, has insisted it will not buckle to the pressure and warned of even tougher security measures.

However, concerned about the controversial extradition bill in Hong Kong, some residents are planning for moving in other countries to live. When this happens, OFWs who work with them may lose their jobs.

Recently, a Filipino netizen named “Angela Divinagracia “ an OFW in Hong Kong shared some photos of the current situation of  Hong Kong. She shows how chaotic Hong Kong right now.

As you can see on the photos she shared in her facebook account, many broken objects scattered on the road, broken bottles. Steel railings and large stones they use in protesting, and rubbish everywhere.

The Facebook post has a caption of this:

“Mga anak ko.. tipidtipid muna tyo… Ganito n ka gulo ang hk…”

Lots of netizens show their sympathy on her facebook post and some also say they should take care always. Here are some of the reactions on the said post.

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