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  • Occupy Central | South China Morning Post

    Occupy Central was a civil disobedience movement that began in Hong Kong on September 28, 2014. It called on protesters to block roads and paralyse the city's ...

  • Occupy Central with Love and Peace - Wikipedia

    The pro-democracy camp petitioned the Hong Kong government and Beijing for the full implementation of universal suffrage as indicated in the Hong Kong Basic Law ...

  • 2014 Hong Kong protests - Wikipedia

    This article is about street protests in Hong Kong also known as the Umbrella Movement. For related advocacy group in Hong Kong, see Occupy Central with Love and ...

  • Hong Kong Occupy Central protests: Five things to ... - CNN

    Hong Kong is in the midst of its longest series of political protests since the 1997 handover. This story explains why tensions are set to boil over.

  • Hong Kong: Occupy Central - Al Jazeera English

    The three-part report goes behind the scenes with a pro-democracy campaign trying to ensure free elections in Hong Kong.

  • Occupy Central is bigger than Hong Kong (Opinion) -

    Occupy Central movement has brought greater attention to Hong Kong's democracy struggle, says William Piekos.

  • What is Occupy Central? 10 key facts about Hong Kong’s pro ...

    1. What is Occupy Central? Formally called Occupy Central with Love and Peace, the movement is promoted as a peaceful civil disobedience campaign in which the leaders ...

  • Hong Kong protests: What changed at Mong Kok ... - BBC ...

    A majority also backed the Hong Kong government's clearance of the sites, ... three of the co-founders of the Occupy Central movement called for protesters to retreat.

  • Hong Kong: Occupy Central anger over Beijing ruling - BBC News

    Democratic groups in Hong Kong vow to fight a Chinese government decision that rules out open nominations for the next leadership election.

  • Occupy Hong Kong (香港) - Home | Facebook

    Occupy Hong Kong (香港). 4,889 likes · 4 talking about this. Official Statement from Occupy Wall Street - this statement was voted on and approved by the...

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