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Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.

Hong Kong - ©Quentin Top

Chine, Hong Kong Traduction Students from Hong Kong and member of the movement "Occupy Central" demand more democracy and political independence from China challenging a very restrictive and undemocratic political reform imposed by the Chinese Communist Party. The symbol of the movement was the umbrella, which earned the nickname the demonstrations "Umbrella Revolution". Admiralty Square, the epicenter of the movement umbrellas which gathered up tens of thousands of pro-democracy demonstrators concentrated activists who oppose Beijing's grip. The police started to evacuate the occupation of pro-democracy demonstrators places and dismantle the barricades For the first time, a vast operation of civil disobedience challenging government supporters and the political order has emerged in Hong Kong and called for a free and pluralistic election of the Chief Executive. The students demand the withdrawal of the proposed new voting system for the election of the Chief Executive announced by Beijing on August 31 and found undemocratic. The brutal actions of the police who made tear gas led to clashes in the shopping streets that are trapped are whole weeks blocking banks and schools.