Hong Kong. 1st October, 2014. On Wednesday 1st October 2014, during a public holiday to mark the 65th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, a highway is cleared of the usual traffic jams, as thousands of young people participate in the fourth day of the pro-democracy protest known as "Occupy Central", blocking traffic on major roads in downtown Hong Kong. The mood continues to be calm and non-violent, whereas three days earlier, protestors faced tear gas and pepper spray from police in full riot gear. Credit: Stefan Irvine/Alamy Live News

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Hong Kong. 1st October, 2014. On Wednesday 1st October 2014, during a public holiday to mark the 65th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, a highway is cleared of the usual traffic jams, as thousands of young people participate in the fourth day of the pro-democracy protest known as "Occupy Central", blocking traffic on major roads in downtown Hong Kong. The mood continues to be calm and non-violent, whereas three days earlier, protestors faced tear gas and pepper spray from police in full riot gear. Credit: Stefan Irvine/Alamy Live News
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On Wednesday 1st October 2014, during a public holiday to mark the 65th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, a highway is cleared of the usual traffic jams, as thousands of young people participate in the fourth day of the pro-democracy protest known as "Occupy Central", blocking traffic on major roads in downtown Hong Kong. The mood continues to be calm and non-violent, whereas three days earlier, protestors faced tear gas and pepper spray from police in full riot gear. The Occupy Central civil disobedience movement began in response to China's decision to allow only Beijing-vetted candidates to stand in the city's 2017 election for the top civil position of chief executive.
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