Ouyang Xiadan shouted to the harbor rioters that the fire player must burn himself to the cold.

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 Ouyang Xiadan shouted to the harbor rioters that the fire player must burn himself to the cold.


CCTV anchor shouts harbor rioters you are not far from Liangliang (Source: Netease)

CCTV news and new media launched Anchor Talk and Broadcast. Today we listen to the anchor Ouyang Xiadan on which news in the broadcast has something to say?

Ouyang Xiadan:

The news of Typhoon Lichma has been paid close attention to in the joint broadcasts these days. Those who are against the wind in Typhoon days are really admirable. For example, a 19-year-old firefighter swallowed more than a dozen steamed buns in cold water just to catch the time to drain the water. A young power inspector was forced to rest all night and cried because he had not finished many things. (Details click: So many lines jumped, I tried my best... In the typhoon, he cried heartbreakingly. There are many more touching stories like this. Across the screen, you can feel their sense of responsibility.

By contrast, the actions of some of the rioters broadcast on the network today are outrageous. They threw petrol bombs at the police and set them on fire, causing burns to the police. Its really heartbreaking.

The Hong Kong and Macao Office of the State Council said that these violent attacks on police had shown signs of terrorism. Youre not mistaken. Its terrorism! Terrorism is the enemy of all mankind. Some young people are busy saving people from fire and water, while others are playing with fire. Thats a big enough comparison. Dont forget the saying: He who plays with fire will burn himself. We believe that there is no soft hand in the dictionary of dealing with terrorists. I am afraid you are not far from cool.

Livelihoods of more than 800,000 people have been affected by the paralysis of illegal gatherings at Hong Kong Airport

Chen Fan, Director of Transport and Housing Bureau of the HKSAR Government, said that due to the unauthorized rally being held at the Hong Kong International Airport, the airport has now been completely shut down and flights after 18 oclock today have been cancelled.

Chen Fan said that although the airport shutdown would affect the livelihoods of more than 800,000 employees in the airport-related industry chain, the airport could be reopened only if safety was fully ensured, and called on the illegal demonstrators to leave Hong Kong airport as soon as possible.