Occupy Central

Student leader Joshua Wong takes part in a protest in Tsim Sha Tsui, on New Year's eve.
While economists and industry leaders are counting the economic costs of Occupy Central, perhaps a bigger casualty than the economy of the street blockades is the further erosion of trust in Beijing among Hong Kong people, particularly the young.
Security has been brought to ensure Jimmy Lai's safety.
Masked attackers hurled petrol bombs at the home and media HQ of Next Media founder Jimmy Lai Chee-ying in coordinated attacks in the early hours of Monday morning.
Carrie Lam promised a report on Occupy and we have it now.
The report initially promised by Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor at a meeting with leaders from the Federation of Students in October, is now available online.
Where do you get your news? In the age of technology, I'm sure most young people get it through the internet, maybe even through social networking sites.
Occupy co-founder Benny Tai and student leader Lester Shum rejected the findings of a government report on public sentiment during pro-democracy protests.
Occupy Central leaders anticipate another round of mass pro-democracy protests to be triggered when Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor launches the latest consultation on political reform today, saying they expected it to produce a conservative final proposal.
Oscar Lai and Joshua Wong want to open a dialogue on reform with politicians.
Student group Scholarism on Sunday invited four of the city's political figures for an "open dialogue" on political reform.
Protesters gather in Admiralty during a heavy rain storm on September 30.
With the Occupy protests now over, it is worth looking back at what they achieved. Occupy has been a mix of patience, peace, enthusiasm, tear gas, anger, batons and even bloodshed. I felt relieved when it finally ended with peace and restraint.
Workers sweep after police cleared barricades and tents at Causeway Bay today.
Hong Kong police cleared the last Occupy camp in Causeway Bay this morning, which Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said marked the end to the mass protests that paralysed key areas of the city since September 28.
Traffic resumed on Connaught Road Central on the evening of December 11
The police ended the main sit-in of the Occupy movement in Admiralty yesterday with the arrest of 247 people, including politicians, student leaders and a pop star. Traffic through the area resumed 75 days after the occupation started.
Scholarism leader Joshua Wong Chi-Fung, enters the third day of hunger strike to call for an open dialogue with Chief Secretary Carrie Lam over political reform outside the Central Government Offices in Tamar.
Stephanie Cheung says the bad feelings in Hong Kong today come from the top, so it is now up to our leaders to make sure peace is restored