Hong Kong protests held in the United States on 19th August at 5:21
As protests continued in Hong Kong, a rally was held in Washington, the capital of the United States, and the people gathered called out “Freedom for Hong Kong”.
On the 18th in Washington, the capital of the United States, students from Hong Kong called for a rally to support Hong Kong's protests, and about 200 people gathered in front of the White House.
The people gathered in the same black T-shirts as those protesting in Hong Kong, saying, “Freedom to Hong Kong” or “Protect Hong Kong's democracy”.
According to the students who attended the meeting, over the weekend, a rally was held in 36 cities in 12 countries and regions around the world to support protests in Hong Kong.
A 43-year-old office worker man from Hong Kong who attended the meeting said, “I want the US government to press the Chinese government to solve this problem without using violence.”
A 37-year-old woman from Hong Kong said, “I want all countries enjoying democracy and freedom to help Hong Kong.”
The US parliament has expressed concern that China may use Hong Kong to protest Hong Kong's protests, just like the Tiananmen incident 30 years ago.
Trump President the idea to perform a telephone conversation with nearby China Xi Jinping Jintao, will be expected to seek to find a peaceful solution.