Occupy Central

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
Last night, Scholarism member Eddie Ng Man-hin ended his hunger strike after nearly 120 hours. Gloria Cheng Yik-lam, who also joined last Wednesday, is the only remaining hunger striker, demanding dialogue with government officials.
Police officers remove a barricade in Mong Kok
It may be controversial, but after seeing the police clearing out the Mong Kok and Admiralty protest sites, I realised that it's about time Occupy Central ended.
Occupy's leaders surrendered to the police yesterday.
The three co-founders of Occupy Central surrendered to the police yesterday, along with nearly 50 supporters of the movement.
Joshua Wong hopes a hunger strike will force the government to talk.
Scholarism leader Joshua Wong Chi-fung said he was feeling fine yesterday, as he approached the end of his first day on hunger strike.
Joshua Wong is flanked by police officers as he arrives in court this morning.
Student leader Joshua Wong Chi-fung has been banned from entering parts of Mong Kok as a condition of his bail after he was charged with obstructing a bailiff who was clearing barricades erected by pro-democracy protesters.
Pro-democracy protesters use umbrellas to protect themselves from "tear water" used by police on demonstrators as they try to clear Portland Street in Mong kok on November 25.
Police used pepper spray on Tuesday to move protesters from part of Hong Kong’s Mong Kok neighbourhood, but their often-tough tactics triggered hundreds more to rally to the demonstrators’ cause and take to the streets.
Hong Kong Federation of Students representatives (from left) Yvonne Leung, Nathan Law, Alex Chow, Lester Shum and Eason Chung.
Hong Kong Federation of Students leaders Alex Chow, Eason Chung and Nathan Law will head to Beijing hoping to meet Premier Li Keqiang