The protesters who have brought the streets of downtown Hong Kong to a standstill for weeks are commemorating one month since police fired first tear gas into the crowd.
The action marked a major turning point of the movement, drawing international attention to the student-led demonstrations, dubbed the Umbrella Revolution. Thousands are still camped out on the streets, taking turns occupying rally sites overnight. For those who remain, the occupation shows no signs of ending, as the camp takes on a more permanent feel.
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