Thousands of people gathered in the evening of June 4 in Hong Kong’s Victoria Park to hold a vigil for those killed during the 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing, ignoring police orders to stay at home.
Although authorities chose to clear the site a day after Human Rights Day, the strong spirit of Hong Kongers can never be removed. All the police have taken away from the protesters is the roads.
I have no choice but to stand firmly with you.
Umbrella Movement protesters started giving the three-finger Hunger Games salute after watching the Mockingjay trailer in Mong Kok, but Joshua Wong’s decision to go on hunger strike today is inspired by desperation, not fiction.
We talked to a couple of people directly affected by the pro-democracy protests to find out their views on what’s been happening in Hong Kong recently.
We interviewed a 23-year-old student called Conny Chen from City University in Hong Kong. Conny is one of the students taking part in the protests at Occupy Central.
It’s 47 days since the students in Hong Kong began peacefully occupying the city in Admiralty, and they’ve been making history for the world to see.
This short film called “Today I unfriended my mama” highlights the opposing perspectives of the different generations in Hong Kong.
This video shows a light-hearted side to the Occupy Central movement that’s been taking place in Hong Kong over the last few weeks.
It’s been back and forth between pro-democracy protestors and police over the past 24 hours or so on the grungy streets of Hong Kong’s Mong Kok district.