Hongkongers bring traffic through Lung Wo tunnel to a standstill.
Short doc of a friend features art students who voice their protest through their works.
On the weekend of October 17, police and protesters clashed in Mong Kok.
After protesters blocked one of the main arteries of Hong Kong, riot police moved in and cleared it.
A bunch of Hongkongers, in the middle of the tram tracks in Admiralty. They were sawing, carrying and putting together bamboo poles, in a traditional Hong Kong way.
A small shop in North Point has been selling many umbrellas since the protests started.
During the Golden Week around China’s National Day, many mainland Chinese tourists travel to Hong Kong to shop. But living behind the great firewall, they do not know what is happening in Hong Kong. We met two of them in Causeway Bay and Tsim Sha Tsui.
I discovered this lovely sketches while strolling through the crowd at Admiralty, which is still the center of the civil uprising here in Hong Kong. They were photocopied multiple times and stuck against lanterns and walls.
Pictures from the first days of the so-called “Umbrella Revolution” in Hong Kong, taken in Admiralty and Mong Kok during the last days. Nobody dares to estimate the numbers. But there are definitely more than 100,000 Hongkongers on the street.
In the middle of the protests which suddenly broke out in Hong Kong, a group of deaf people have joined the protests.