The normally bustling streets of Hong Kong are more commonly known to be a thriving hub of activity for different reasons. Last Sunday (28 Sep 2014) peaceful protestors demanding the resignation of Hong Kong Chief Executive C.Y. Leung and for free and fair elections were met with riot police and tear gas. Last night, three times as many protestors turned up in solidarity.
|Protestors use the torches on their phones to illuminate the streets while chanting for CY Leung (pictured in a cardboard cut out with fangs), Hong Kong's Chief Executive to step down.|
|After Sunday's barrage with tear gas, protestors have taken to protecting themselves with cling wrap, goggles and surgical masks.|
|Protestors sleep on the streets en masse.|