Today, hundreds of thousands of Hongkongers are expected to join a protest march against a law which would allow Beijing to take whoever they want - mainland citizen or not - from Hong Kong to face trial on the mainland.
The march has been organised by the Civil Human Rights Front, which has asked marchers to wear white tops to show their support. Young Post will provide live updates here and on Instagram.
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8.05pm Some protestors have attempted to move into the road, in a tense stand off between the public and the police. Protestors were shouting, "open the road!" to the police.
6.04pm: Official Hong Kong Police Twitter states they have not released estimates for how many people attended today's protest. They also state they have arrested one person for assaulting a police officer and six others for other minor offences.
5.35pm The League Of Social Democrats says one of their members has been arrested and calls for them to be released. Meanwhile crowds still wait to exit Victoria Park.
4.35pm: Protesters are now on both sides of Hennessey Road at the intersection of Stewart Road.
4.21pm: A translation of the Facebook post from Civil Human Rights Front:
"The organiser Civil Human Rights Front is asking the citizens to fill the Legislative Council Road, to force the police force to allow the public to enter Tim Mei Avenue.
The public can then leave from Tamar park and the Front will take shots of the avenue and Tamar park using drones to seek the attention of the People's Republic of China, the Hong Kong government, and the international community."
4.13: Organiser Civil Human Rights Front is calling for protesters to surround the Legco complex both at the scene and on their Facebook page.
4.10pm: Police crowd control measures are still in place at Causeway Road, with part of the road still being blocked.
4.03pm: Main crowd is moving very slowly on Henessey Road, with protesters only moving a few steps at a time.
3.43pm: Due to police crowd control, some people are unable to leave Victoria Park to begin their march.
3.43pm: Voices of Diversity, a group of ethnic minority Hongkongers are speaking with Young Post live about why they are marching.
3.33pm: Reports say Mong Kok, Prince Edward, Tsui Sha Tsui, Tin Hau, Causeway Bay, and Wan Chai MTR stations are all closed.
3.28pm: Trains are no longer stopping at Tin Hau station and Causeway Bay station, reports Hong Kong Free Press.
3.25pm: Crowds outside Tin Hau MTR station are waiting to move.
3.06pm: Members of the Professional Teachers Union are marching. Their banner says "Unite to fight against evil laws. We are against the extradition law."
2.59pm: Crowds are chanting "Carrie Lam, Step Down!"
2.41pm: A chaotic start to the march, as people begin walking about 20 minutes before the schedule time 3.00pm.
2.40pm: Organisers say that Victoria Park is full. Protestors need to go to Wan Chai.
2.18pm: Tin Hau MTR station is full of people, crowd control is in effect.