Occupy Central, from September 28th 2014

Hong Kong has made front page news around the world over the past few days. Tens of thousands have occupied vast swathes of the city, asking for the basic human right to free and unrestricted elections. The protestors have conducted themselves peacefully, sitting alone or in groups, chatting, singing, doing homework and picking up their rubbish. Here are a few photos, taken by me or by friends, of the scenes in Admiralty and Mong Kok since Monday.

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2 comments

  1. Ray H · October 1, 2014

    Thanks very much, it’s important to share this. Experiencing history right in the thick of it…

    • whatididinhongkong · October 4, 2014

      Thanks, glad you enjoyed. It is quite amazing to have history made on your doorstep!

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