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The naked body of 15 year old protester Miss Chan Yin-lam found at sea RIP. 15歲的陳彥霖示威者的遺體在海里被發現

Updated: Apr 19, 2020

(Please scroll down for Chinese translation 繁体中文请往下滑).


There is NO

- my life

- your life

There is ONLY LIFE!


If I live

or if I die

there is still

ONLY LIFE!


LOVE MOTHER


R.I.P.

LOVE AND PEACE


沒有

- 我的生命

-你的生命

只有生命!


如果我活著

或者如果我死了

還是

只有生命!


愛母親


安息

愛與和平



What the public knows on 15 October 2019!


15-year-old girl Chan Yin Lam was a student at Youth College in Tseung Kwan O, which shares a campus with the Hong Kong Design Institute (HKDI), as both the schools are managed by the Vocational Training Council. She went missing on September 19 and was last seen on campus.


Her body was found in the sea near Tseung Kwan O on September 22. The girl, who was a member of her school’s swimming team, was said to have attended anti-government protests regularly.


Police have said that an investigation found nothing suspicious about her death. The Police also confirmed the girl was not arrested during recent protests.

“She was good at swimming and had such a bright future. How could she end up like this?” a masked female student who was protesting at HKDI said.


“Release the CCTV footage, reveal the truth,” her fellow students chanted.


The protest started early on Monday morning with dozens of students staging a sit-in on the campus.


Still full CCTV footage has not been made public by HKDI. CCTV footage released appears to have been edited.


Two clips were shown by HKDI, the first filmed by a camera in a car park and the second from inside a lift.


The first clip showed the entrance to a car park, with only a sliver at the top of the screen where people could be seen walking past. When the time reached 18:56, a member of staff paused the video to point out a person dressed in black as the deceased girl. The students erupted in jeers as they found it very difficult to identify who the person was from the low-resolution footage. This clip also had a change in time stamp. When it reached 18:59, the time stamp jumped back to 18:56. At this, the students said that the authorities were showing them an edited version of the video.


The second clip, which carried no time stamp, was of better resolution. In the footage, the girl was only seen entering a lift, after which the school staff declined to show any further footage. This angered the students who wanted to see what happened afterwards.


Students held a protest and some vandalized the school.



THE MOST SUSPICIOUS FACTS ABOUT THIS TRAGIC CASE IS THAT DESPITE MISS CHAN'S NAKED BODY BEING FOUND AT SEA THE POLICE DID NOT ORDER THE CORONER TO PERFORM AN AUTOPSY. HER BODY WAS IMMEDIATELY CREMATED. THIS IS HIGHLY IRREGULAR AND THEREFORE HIGHLY SUSPICIOUS.


THERE NEEDS TO BE AN INDEPENDENT INQUIRY INTO THE HK GOVERNMENT AND POLICE INTO ALL EVENTS LINKED TO PROTESTS IN 2019.



Update: RTHK reports on 28 November 2019 students at this design school broke into the premises and again demanded answers from management.


" Several dozen students at the Hong Kong Design Institute broke into their boarded-up campus on Thursday, demanding fresh talks with management over the death of a 15-year-old classmate over the summer.

Police say Chan Yin-lam, whose naked body was found in the sea near Tseung Kwan O in late September, committed suicide. Chan's mother, who agreed with the police's conclusion, later appealed for people to stop speculating over her daughter's death.

But students at the institute in Tiu Keng Leng aren't satisfied with either the police's explanation, or the meetings they had with management where video clips were played of Chan walking through the campus, not long before she was found dead.

On Thursday, around 60 students threw paper planes into the campus and put up posters regarding Chan's death at the entrance to the site.

Later, they also broke through an unguarded wooden door and entered the institute. But they couldn't find any officials to speak to.

A year 2 student surnamed Pang said they want further answers from management.

"The school didn't discuss or tell anything about the CCTV and why there are many cuts and blurred scenes. So I'm here because I feel sad for her and I want to know what's going on," he said.

In October, angry students vandalised classrooms at the institute, leading to classes being cancelled. The demonstrators said they also want more information about how the lessons missed will be given online instead."



Please see below videos from a Korean production company at bottom of this page on Miss Chan's death (also see our video library):

Part 1 https://youtu.be/DynNx8Yd8tU

Part 2 https://youtu.be/7y8f3l2Eve8

Part 3 https://youtu.be/WO238XKUk0M

Part 4 https://youtu.be/O5itWAX0zzQ



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公眾在2019年10月15日知道些什麼!


15歲的女孩陳彥霖是職業訓練局青年學院(將軍澳)的一位學生,該校與香港知專設計學院(HKDI)共用一個校園,因為這兩所學校都是由職業訓練局管理的。她於9月19日失踪,而且最後一次被見到是在校園内。


9月22日,她的遺體在將軍澳附近的海域被發現。該女孩是學校游泳隊的一員,據稱她經常參加反政府抗議活動。


警方說,調查發現她的死亡沒有任何可疑之處。警方還證實,在最近的抗議活動中沒有逮捕該女孩。

“她擅長游泳,前途光明,她怎麼會有這樣的結局?”在HKDI抗議的一位蒙面女學生說。


她的同學們高呼:“公開閉路電視錄像,揭露真相。”


抗議活動於週一清晨由數十名學生在校園裡進行靜坐開始。


HKDI尚未公開閉路電視的完整錄像。公之於衆的閉路電視錄像似乎已被編輯。


HKDI展示了兩個影片剪輯片段,第一個剪輯是在停車場用相機拍攝的,第二個是在電梯內拍攝的。


第一個剪輯顯示了停車場的入口,屏幕頂部只有一個條子,可以看到人們走過去。時間到18:56時,一名工作人員暫停了視頻,指出一個穿著黑衣服的人是死者。學生們爆發憤慨,因為他們發現很難從低分辨率的片段中識別出誰是誰。此剪輯的時間戳也有被更改。當到達18:59時,時間戳跳回到18:56。這時,學生們說,當局向他們展示的該視頻是被編輯過的版本。


第二個剪輯沒有時間戳,分辨率更高。在片段中,只看到女孩進入電梯,然後學校工作人員拒絕展示任何進一步的錄像。這激怒了想看之後發生的事情的學生。


學生們進行了抗議活動,其中一些人破壞了學校。



References:

https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/politics/article/3032907/classes-suspended-hong-kong-design-institute-after-students

https://www.rfa.org/english/news/china/questions-10152019112838.html

https://twitter.com/japanaqi/status/1184187491806568448?s=12





Four part investigative videos by a Korean production company about Miss Chan Yin-lam's tragic death









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