Occupy Central

Protesters make their mark outside Central Government Offices.
Almost one in three people in Hong Kong are unhappy with society, with those aged 20 to 24 being the most dissatisfied, according to a survey by a local think tank.
On the six-month anniversary of the start of Occupy Central, we look at how local events compare to the events 49 years ago that inspired the movie Selma
Pan-democrats holding up a joined declaration on the method for selecting the Chief Executive by universal suffrage at the Legislative Council
The pan-democrats claim to fight for democracy, but then they veto the election reforms, smothering any hope of a democratic election in 2017. In doing so, they've possibly allowed Leung Chun-ying to be "elected" for a second term.
(From left) Wa Dee and Yau Hawk-saw are the talent behind parody group Mocking Jer.
Political satire group Mocking Jer wants to change Hong Kong using humour and comedy
Yvonne Leung Lai-kwok speaks to the crowd during Occupy Central.
Yvonne Leung Lai-kwok wants the government to restart Hong Kong’s political reform consultation process. She says the Hong Kong government should not have endorsed Beijing’s ruling.
Pro-Democracy leader Alan Leong Kah-kit says a few words outside Wan Chai police station.
Pro-democracy lawmakers handed themselves in to police yesterday over their involvement in the Occupy Central protests. This is a controversial process which some say is a form of harassment.
The police have been criticised for the way they chose to wish people a happy year of the goat on Facebook.
A photograph of a group of police officers holding firearms and flags - an apparent joke referencing Occupy - went viral over Lunar New Year.
The Umbrella Relief Fund will pay for medical expenses, loss of income as a result of having been arrested or legal fees where necessary.
(From left) Hong Kong Federation of Students' Council member Nathan Law, Secretary-general Alex Chow and Deputy Secretary-general Lester Shum
The student leaders who headed Occupy movement will be first Hongkongers to give talk at human rights forum
Thousands of pro-democracy protesters hold up yellow umbrellas to show their supoort, but the number was a lot lower than organisers expected.
Thousands of pro-democracy protesters took to the streets on Sunday for the first time since the mass protests of Occupy Central shut down parts of the city for more than two months last year.