Occupy Central

The pair of men who threw eggs at Scholarism leader Joshua Wong have been fined
FireChat, the app that became popular in Hong Kong during last year's Occupy Central, got a major update yesterday as developers introduced private messaging.
YP's John Kang at the Occupy protests.
The annual competition is organised by Wan-Ifra, the World Association of Newspapers, to recognise success in engaging young people in news.
The charges against Nathan Law (left) and Joshua Wong date back to June last year. Photo: Sam Tsang/SCMP
Scholarism's Joshua Wong has been charged with obstructing police officers during a protest outside the central government's liaison offices in Hong Kong in June last year
Joshua Wong received news he would face charges as he was about to leave Hong Kong for a holiday in Japan.
Hong Kong student activist Joshua Wong Chi-fung will face charges for obstructing police officers from carrying out their duty during a protest last year, he revealed today, after receiving a phone call from police informing him of their intention to arrest him.
Many see the "no" vote as "mission accomplished", but true democracy is still a long way away
Large-scale protests, accusations of bribery and a suspected bomb plot have all been part of the dramatic buildup to last week's vote on Hong Kong's political reform package.
Monetary demands in Hong Kong are sky-high.
What have we got to be proud of as Hongkongers? Well, we have the greatest number of Rolls Royce cars per capita and the most unaffordable housing in the world - signs of a very capitalist, free market economy.
Civil Human Rights Front and pan-democrats oppose what they call "pseudo-universal suffrage"
Half a year after Occupy Central, around 100 tents are still up on Tim Mei Avenue, from outside the Legislative Council Building to the junction of Tim Mei Avenue and Connaught Road Central, local media reported.
Robert Chow claims more than 1 million people have signed in support of Beijing's political reform.
Pro-government campaign organiser Robert Chow Yung claims more than a million people have signed in support of Hong Kong's political reform. What are your thoughts?
A three-month occupation. Rough police. Masked, violent men. Sound familiar? What happens in Korean drama Cart is pretty much like Occupy Central