Hong Kong. 29th Sep, 2014. Hong Kong Protests: Thousands of young people wearing black T-shirts take part in the second night of a pro-democracy sit-in known as "Occupy Central", blocking traffic on Hennessy Road, an otherwise busy multi-lane thoroughfare in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. The mood was calm and celebratory, whereas the night before, in the Admiralty district, protestors faced tear gas, pepper spray and batons from police in full riot gear. Credit: Stefan Irvine/Alamy Live News

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Hong Kong. 29th Sep, 2014. Hong Kong Protests: Thousands of young people wearing black T-shirts take part in the second night of a pro-democracy sit-in known as "Occupy Central", blocking traffic on Hennessy Road, an otherwise busy multi-lane thoroughfare in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. The mood was calm and celebratory, whereas the night before, in the Admiralty district, protestors faced tear gas, pepper spray and batons from police in full riot gear. Credit: Stefan Irvine/Alamy Live News
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On Monday 29th September 2014, thousands of young people wearing black T-shirts take part in the second night of a pro-democracy sit-in known as "Occupy Central", blocking traffic on Hennessy Road, an otherwise busy multi-lane thoroughfare in Causeway Bay, Hong Kong. The mood was calm and celebratory, whereas the night before, in the Admiralty district, protestors faced tear gas, pepper spray and batons 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. The protestors also seek the resignation of Hong Kong's current chief executive, C.Y. Leung.
Location: Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

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