Hong Kong’s civil disobedience movement is just getting started » Thousands of pro-democracy supporters gathered outside the Central Government Complex on the sporadically rainy evening of August 31, a few hours after Beijing laid out a divisive framework for electing Hong Kong’s next leader in 2017. An attendee held up a sign that says “forget your fantasies and fight for our future; Occupy Central with Civil Disobedience.” (WNV / Elaine Yu)

Thousands of pro-democracy supporters gathered outside the Central Government Complex on the sporadically rainy evening of August 31, a few hours after Beijing laid out a divisive framework for electing Hong Kong’s next leader in 2017. An attendee held up a sign that says “forget your fantasies and fight for our future; Occupy Central with Civil Disobedience.” (WNV / Elaine Yu)

Thousands of pro-democracy supporters gathered outside the Central Government Complex on the sporadically rainy evening of August 31, a few hours after Beijing laid out a divisive framework for electing Hong Kong’s next leader in 2017. An attendee held up a sign that says “forget your fantasies and fight for our future; Occupy Central with Civil Disobedience.” (WNV / Elaine Yu)

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