We looked inside some of the tweets by @joshuawongcf and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
UPHILL BATTLES AHEAD
1/ Somewhat absurd encounter in the past 24hrs - arrested in Airport and detained overnight. Police said I violated bail conditions and had a high risk of flight (?!). The overnight detention is wholly unacceptable and unreasonable ...
Today, the police arrested a large number of first-aiders, insulted and tied the hands of first-aiders.
This has been a serious violation of international humanitarian law. https://twitter.com/knightlaiart/status/1175407167890870279
That’s the future provided by Police State. https://twitter.com/demosisto/status/1175475499310534661
Volunteer medics’ hands got tied with cable tie by #hkpolice. Police: “these cockroaches pretend to be medics.” Medic asked did police see them as criminals. Police replied “You are, motherf**ker! Nobody needs your help!”
The bipartisan support of the Hong Kong Human Rights Act is overwhelming. It’s been an exhausting but fruitful trip!💪
“Today—@RepEliotEngel & I were honored to meet @JoshuaWongCF & other freedom fighters. Next week—@HouseForeignGOP will take up the Hong Kong Human Rights & Democracy Act to send a clear message that America will always support liberty in the fight against tyranny.” - @RepMcCaul
"Democrats & Republicans are on the same side: the side of the people of #HongKong as they face intensified pressure from Beijing."
CHM @RepEliotEngel, @SpeakerPelosi & colleagues support @joshuawongcf & people of HK as they demand the democracy & #HumanRights they were promised.
Next week, the bipartisan Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act will be marked up by @HouseForeign Affairs. Thank you to @RepEliotEngel & @RepMcCaul for your leadership, and to @joshuawongcf, @hoccgoomusic & their fellow activists for working to advance the cause of freedom.
Tune in at 11 am ET as a bipartisan group of Members of Congress come together with Hong Kong pro-democracy activists to confirm America’s full support for the people of Hong Kong in their quest for justice & freedom. https://www.facebook.com/NancyPelosi/
Senator Rubio during #HongKong @CECCgov hearing: "China's leaders must either respect Hong Kong’s autonomy or know that their escalating aggression will lead them to face real consequences — not just from the United States, but from the free world."
Hua Chunying (#CCP) said it is dispicible to appeal for restoring British Citizenship to HK people, however, I don't understand why many family members of Senior Officers are holding 𝐍𝐎𝐍-𝐂𝐇𝐈𝐍𝐄𝐒𝐄 nationality.
Btw, I'm curious of where her asset stays as well. https://twitter.com/SolomonYue/status/1173594702622285825
HKers in Japan stand up for freedom. Massive protests in HK against a controversial extradition bill are showing no signs of easing. As tensions run high in British colony, HKers living abroad are adding their voices to the protests. https://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/backstories/674/
Come children of our motherland
The time has come to wage a revolution
Freedom and liberty belong to this land
May glory be to HK
Come & Sing together! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koOAJHt9UO8
Deepest night we shall not be in fright
In the mist, a new day breaks with chants & light
Stand with us, with virtuous minds & unbending spines
The pearl we hold will always shine
For the tears that we shed on this soil
For the anguish we had in this turmoil
We keep our heads up, our voices strong
May freedom root in HK
For the fear that looms overhead
For the hope that moves us ahead
We march in blood, our martyrs along
May freedom glow in HK
[Travel to NYC] 
A part from conducting interview with @Reuters, @businessinsider & @NBCNews, @BrianLeungKP & I sing the "Protest anthem" with more than hundreds HKers at Time Square to show our solidary & unity.
Here is the lyrics of MAY GLORY BE TO HONG KONG:
Carrie Lam claimed that she considered to impose emergency ordinance that similar to martial law. If the internet or air traffic of the world financial center shuts down, of course the world needs to have a say on it because it's not a crackdown on HK — but also global economy.
. @realDonaldTrump is a "businessman" and should understand the consequences of a potential military crackdown on East Asia global financial hub might result in a 'nightmare' for world economy, especially troops already moved to the boarder few weeks ago.