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Hong Kong police arrested six people after another mass protest on Sunday this time in one of the city's a biggest tourist area Jim top choice by evening most of the tens of thousands in an earlier peaceful March had left but several hundred regroups and marched a busy streets only to be met by police helmets and shields , when I began this Sunday's protests was billed as an out reach to visitors from mainland China to explain why the city's fallen into political crisis the demonstrators oppose a law that would let people be sent to mainland China to face trial come see what I'm going to go I've come out to express how disappointed would become with home Kong's government throughout this whole months it has ignored every single one of our requests in recent weeks the extradition bill has drawn by what some counts were millions of people to the streets the city's leader Carrie lam has suspended the bill after protests last month sank into violence with police firing rubber bullets and tear gas now protests have shifted into calls for lamb to step down over what some say was excessive police force , despite scenes of the clashes step into mainland China and you may be hard pressed to find any news of the protests sensors have worked hard to a race or block information about Hong Kong's worst crisis in decades and state media has accused western forces of instigating on rest against Hong Kong's government however at last month Reuters reported a surge of interest in Hong Kong on the Chinese internet even behind the so called great firewall that limits access to information there