Occupy Central

Demosisto, a new political party launched on Sunday night by student activists who co-led the Occupy movement in 2014, has promised to advocate for self-determination in Hong Kong
After breaking up Scholarism, the leader of the student group, Joshua Wong Chi-fai is set to launch his new political party – Demosisto – on Sunday.
New pro-independence group falls at the first hurdle as their application is rejected for “political reasons”.
Joshua Wong, Alex Chow and Nathan Law went on trial on Monday over charges relating to Occupy Central.
Young Post's Melanie Leung catches up with Oscar Lai in Fanling
Student activist Joshua Wong is back in court today to face charges for obstructing bailiffs in their duties to clear the protest area in Mong Kok on November 26, 2014.
The city's top adviser on youth policies has called on political leaders to empathise with and listen to the younger generation before creating policies related to them.
Police say four Hong Kong tertiary students were among six men arrested on Monday in connection with a blast outside the Legislative Council building in Admiralty earlier this month.
The district council election result shows the shifting political landscape. People say it is an indicator of the upcoming Legislative Council election.
Voters turned out in record numbers in Sunday's District Council elections, which scored a historic turnout of 47 per cent. Of the 3.12 million eligible to vote, 47 per cent - or 1.36 million - had voted by 10.30pm.