Lull in Hong Kong demonstrations as protesters evaluate next step

A mob of protesters stormed Hong Kong's Legislative Council building, where they vandalised and trashed the place, on July 1, 2019.
A mob of protesters stormed Hong Kong's Legislative Council building, where they vandalised and trashed the place, on July 1, 2019.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
A mob of protesters stormed Hong Kong's Legislative Council building, where they vandalised and trashed the place, on July 1, 2019.
A mob of protesters stormed Hong Kong's Legislative Council building, where they vandalised and trashed the place, on July 1, 2019.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
A mob of protesters stormed Hong Kong's Legislative Council building, where they vandalised and trashed the place, on July 1, 2019.
A mob of protesters stormed Hong Kong's Legislative Council building, where they vandalised and trashed the place, on July 1, 2019.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
A mob of protesters stormed Hong Kong's Legislative Council building, where they vandalised and trashed the place, on July 1, 2019.
A mob of protesters stormed Hong Kong's Legislative Council building, where they vandalised and trashed the place, on July 1, 2019.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
Workers installing a wooden hoarding over damaged glass panels outside Hong Kong's Legislative Council Complex on July 3, 2019.
Workers installing a wooden hoarding over damaged glass panels outside Hong Kong's Legislative Council Complex on July 3, 2019.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI
Police sort through items retrieved from inside Hong Kong's Legislative Council building, taking photographs as evidence, wrapping them up and loading some of them into a truck on July 3, 2019.
Police sort through items retrieved from inside Hong Kong's Legislative Council building, taking photographs as evidence, wrapping them up and loading some of them into a truck on July 3, 2019.ST PHOTO: LIM YAOHUI

HONG KONG - A lull has crept over the protest movement in Hong Kong, as protesters ponder the next step in their fight against the government over an extradition Bill.

Fearful of repercussions, some protesters told The Straits Times on Wednesday (July 3) they were keeping a low profile for now, after the violence of Monday night when a mob of protesters stormed the Legislative Council (LegCo) building.

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