HONG KONG— Frustration builds on Hong Kong airport, as many Westerns are frustrated for not being able to leave.
A protest that led to the occupation of the city’s airport devolved into a chaotic, volatile situation Tuesday. Blackshirt protesters stopped travelers before they were able to pass through security and immigration.
Some of the blackshirts seized a man who, though also dressed in black, was suspected of being a police officer or even an agent sent by the Chinese Communist Party’s security apparatus.
Demonstrations and disruptive actions will continue to take place in coming days, including strikes by medical workers and a march organized by the city's school teachers.\\\