Hong Kong's civil disobedience movement, known around the world as the “Umbrella Revolution”, lost a major stage on December 11 with the police clearance of the main protest site in Admiralty.
For 79 days, protesters occupied the streets of Hong Kong in what turned out to be the deepest political and social crisis to hit the city since the handover in 1997. With this immersive multimedia, we take you to the places where history was made.
Published on December 12, 2014
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