A protest raises a fiery arrow to light a barricade at the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), Wednesday, November 13.
Pro-democracy protesters walk a damaged Starbucks cafe on campus of Hong Kong Polytechnic University on November 13.
A fire was seen at the MTR station during a demonstration at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 13.
Students tried to clarify tear gas blasts fired by riot police onto a sports track during a confrontation at the Chinese University in Hong Kong on Tuesday, November 12.
Office workers joined pro-democracy demonstrators during a demonstration in central Hong Kong on November 12.
Police tear fire on protesters at Chinese University of Hong Kong protesters e 12.
A man is detained while protesting at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on November 12.
Students block an escalator with chairs in an attempt to stop police at the University of Hong Kong. Hong Kong on November 12.
A protester is trapped in Hong Kong's Central District on November 11.
People react after tear gas was fired by police during a protest in the Central District Hong Kong on November 11.
Protesters use a slingshot against the police during a protest in Hong Kong District on November 11.
Riot police stand with protesters in a protest entrance of a mall during a demonstration on November 10.
Protesters use umbrellas to block the door of a shopping mall on November 10. Protesters are knocked on windows at a subway station and a shopping mall Sunday and police conducted arrests in places across Hong Kong.
A person is assisted by a volunteer drug after the police used pepper during a demonstration on November 10.
Protesters set barriers in Tseung Kwan OR after a ceremony paying tribute to Chow Tsz-lok, on November 08.
A man places a flower in a memorial for the 22-year-old Hong Kong university is Chow Tsz-lok, on November 8.  Students in gas masks were seen at a graduation ceremony at the Chinese University of Hong Kong on Thursday, November 7 in Hong Kong.
Firefighters are stationed outside China's Xinhua offices. News Agency after its windows were broken by Hong Kong protesters on Saturday, November 2. Hong Kong police riot fired several rounds of tear gas and used a water cannon Saturday to break a rally of thousands of protesting protesters demanding autonomy after Beijing signaled it. it may hold its grip on Chinese territory.
Richard Chan, a candidate for district council election, responds after being beaten by Hong Kong police spray on November 2.
Thousands of black-masked people protesting streamed to The central market of Hong Kong for another rally on November 2.
A woman in a Halloween costume is talking to a police officer in riot gear on October 31.  A man dressed as a Joker for Hallowee n walks past police officers on October 31.
A pro-democracy protest confronts riot police in Mong Kok district on October 27 in Hong Kong.
Pro-democracy activists Joshua Wong (2nd L) and Kelvin Lam (The 2 R) shouted slogans as they met in the media outside the Legislative Council (LegCo) in Hong Kong on October 29, 2019, after Wong was prevented from standing in an upcoming local election. Wong was banned October 29 from standing in an upcoming local election, after months of massive and often violent protests in the city.
A protestor dumps a gas canal on October 27 in Hong Kong.
A couple wearing Guy Fawkes masks watches a rally at the Chater Garden in Hong Kong on October 26.
Protesters start a fire in front of MTR station during a demonstration in October 27.
Tear gas smoke is seen blasting journalists during a protest against the government in Hong Kong's Mong Kok district on October 27.
Pro-democracy supporters have holding large letters reading "Free Hong Kong" during a meeting of medical professionals in Hong Kong's Central district on October 26.
High school students participate in a rally in human chain outside Hong Kong's Kowloon park on October 25.
Pro-democracy activist and organizer of South Horizons Joshua Wong answers questions from the media after asking to meet a Dorothy Ma's return to the Southern District office in Hong Kong on October 24.
Police blue dye to protesters in Hong Kong on Sunday, October 20. Blue dye can be used to stain and identify the mask that is protected. Esters.
Protesters raided a store on October 20.
Police charge a pro-democracy march in Kowloon district on October 20.
A protester is on fire a branch of the Bank of China on October 20.
A pro-democracy protest was arrested by police on October 20.
Lam came to the Legislative Council on October 16.
A protest shot a basketball on Lam's poster during a rally during Tuesday, October 15.
Protesters clash at a branch of the Bank of China on Sunday, October 13. This is the 19th consecutive end of anti-government protests in Hong Kong.
Protesters use lights on their phones during a rally in central Hong Kong's business district.
Defenders attempt to break a bus tourist window on October 13.
Anti-government protesters erect a statue of "The Lady Liberty of Hong Kong", symbolizing the recent democratic movement of the city. The figure stands a little over 13 feet high and is brought to the top of Lion Rock, one of Hong Kong's iconic peaks.
Protesters raided a shopping mall restaurant on October 13.
Police light the protesters outside Ma On Shan police on October 9.
Protesters exploded in a branch of the Bank of China on Monday, October 7.
A woman was treated after police opened fire on tear gas to disperse protesters in Hong Kong's Mong Kok district on October 7.
Police clean a street as protesters gather and walk near Mong Kok police station on October 7.
Pro-democracy protesters gather at a shopping mall on October 7.  A masked protest stops for a photo in Hong Kong on Sunday, October 6.
Protesters raid at Cheung Sha Wan local government offices on October 6.
Reviewed byRescue personnel under a taxi after the driver allegedly hit the pavement, and beat protesters in Hong Kong on October 6.
A China Construction Bank is found damaged in the Causeway Bay area of Hong Kong on October 6.
Pro-democracy protesters are raising street fires in the Causeway Bay area.
People protest against bans on masks on Saturday, October 5.
Police detain a protester on October 5.
A protest against the government stands near the fire on Friday , October 4.
Protesters move a statue depicting a protester armed with gas masks, helmets and umbrellas on the streets of Hong Kong on October 4.
Protesters set fire to a China Construction Bank.
Police put tear gas outside a restaurant during a protest in the Causeway Bay district.  Protesters spray paint slogans at the entrance to a tunnel on October 4.
A fire is seen in front of a store accompanied by protesters.
A store after being vandalized by protesters.
Pro-democracy demonstrators were holding in front of a store. raising their hands to symbolize their five demands d for a rally on October 4.
Protesters throw petrol bombs at the gate at Tsuen Wan police station on Wednesday, October 2.  A young protest was shot on Tuesday, October 1, as violent protests erupted across Hong Kong the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China. The incident marked a major increase in violence that could provoke a protest movement in Hong Kong.
Police were detained in an anti-government protest on October 1. Thousands of black protesters marched in central Hong Kong as part of numerous pro-democracy rallies.
Protesters stood surrounded by smoke from tear gas gases on October 1.
The march of anti-government demonstrators was seen through a window with peeled-off posters on October 1.
Police arrested and arrested pro-democracy protesters during a riot on October 1.
Protesters reacted after police fired tear gas near offices by the central government in the Hong Kong area of the Admiralty on October 1.
Pro-democracy protesters form a "Pepe the Frog" themed human chain on Monday, September 30.
A man arrested by Hong Kong police during a protest in the Causeway Bay shopping district on Sunday, September 29.
Riot police try to disperse protesters on September 29.
Bus passengers saw a burning barricade lit by pro-democracy protesters in front of the Mong Kok police station on Sunday, September 22.
Pro-democracy protesters were singing songs and singing songs slogan during a rally inside a shopping mall on September 22.  An anti-government protest throws a Molotov cocktail during a demonstration near the Central Government Complex on Sunday, September 15.
A pro-China supporter, was escorted by police after talking to journalists in Hong Kong on September 15.
Pro-government and anti-government supporters chanted against one & # 39; t one at a shopping mall in Hong Kong on Friday, September 13. The sign translates to "Stop the violence and stop the chaos; take care of Hong Kong. "
Demonstrators turned on their cell phone lights as they formed a human chain in Peak, a tourist spot in Hong Kong, on September 13.
Police escorted a wounded man after he attacked the protesters outside Prince Edward's station in Hong Kong on Friday, September 6.
Protesters burn the bill to pay their respects to the protesting wounded.  Protesters are preparing to fight with police outside the Mong Kok police station on September 6.
A protester has been detained by police at the Po Lam Mass Transit Railway station on Thursday, September 5.
A man watches televisions in a Hong Kong store while Chief Executive Carrie Lam announces the removal of the extradition bill on Wednesday, September 4.  A woman is getting emotional on September 4 as he notices protesters being injured a few days before.
Demons travel to a railroad station at a rally on Tuesday, September 3.
Students marry gas masks and helmets holding a banner that reads "five basic requests is indispensable "to St. Francis' Canossian College in Hong Kong.
Protesters gather at the bus terminal at Hong Kong International Airport on Sunday, September 1. Hundreds of pro-democracy activists have attempted to block transport routes to the city airport.
A passenger walks into the airport on September 1 as protesters of democracy block a road outside the airport.
A protester uses a slingshot outside the Central Government. Complex during a clash with police on Saturday, August 31. Thousands of pro-democracy protesters held a rally against the government a day after several top activists and lawmakers were arrested in a sweeping crackdown.
Protesters light a Molotov cocktail on August 31.
Police officers move forward while clashing with protesters on August 31.
Protesters are closing in while the cops fire blue blue water on them. Blue dye can be used to stain and identify masked protesters.
A surveillance camera covered white paint during protests.
An overhead view shows protesters reacting after police fired tear gas on August 31.
Pro-democracy activists Agnes Chow and Joshua Wong talk to media after they were released on bail at the Eastern Magistrates Courts on Friday, August 30. They were arrested earlier that same day in a dragnet across Hong Kong.
A policeman aimed a gun in front of a protester on August 25.
Some protesters were lighting laser pointers on police lines on August 25.
Protesters and police were clashes on Saturday, August 24.
Protesters take bricks to use as projectiles on August 24.
Police retreat after clashing with protesters on August 24 .
People linked hands as they gathered at the Tsim Sha Tsui app on Friday, August 23. Protesters set up a human chain across Hong Kong in a solid showing  Cell phones light up from the top of Lion Rock on August 23.
Protesters marched under the umbrellas on Sunday, August 18.] A protester participates in a march on Saturday, August 17. His eye is n covered with red gauze, referring to a woman who was allegedly shot in the eye with a beanbag round while clashing between protesters and police. tear gas to disperse a demonstration at Sham Shui Po police station in Hong Kong on Wednesday, August 14.
Protesters point at lasers at Sham Shui Po police station on August 14.
Used by the police spray pepper spray to disperse protesters at the airport on August 13.
Police and protesters clash at the airport on August 13. The violence comes after Hong Kong Airport announced that all check-in services were suspended for another night due to "ser iously disrupted" terminal operations.
A traveler passed his luggage to security guards as he tried to enter the gate of removal.
A display board shows canceled flights on August 13.
Anti-government protesters stand in a barricade made of luggage trolleys during an August 13 airport demonstration.
Medics care for a woman who received a facial injury in a clash on Sunday, August 11.
A pro-democracy protest is being held by police outside the Tsim Sha Tsui station police on August 11.
Police fire shed tears on protesters at a demonstration in the Wong Tai Sin District on Monday, August 5.
A passenger train action toward a protester, right, that preventing the doors of a train from closing on August 5. The protest is trying to disrupt Hong Kong's morning rush hour.
A man was riding an underground train during a protest on August 5.
A man was comforting his pregnant wife near a train platform after sters blocked the sters train door on August 5.
A protester stands in tear gas during an encounter with police in the early hours of Sunday, August 4.
A Chinese flag floats in the water after it was thrown by protesters at a demonstration on Saturday, August 3.
A protester paints a wall on August 3.
Members of the Hong Kong medical sector attend a protest at Edinburgh Place on Friday, August 2.
The emblem in China The City of Liaison was protected by plexiglass at a demonstration on Sunday, July 28.
A protester fled from police delivering a baton to Yuen Lo Hong Kong district on Saturday, July 27.
A protester looks at the umbrellas during a police raid on July 27.
Travelers are watching in protest at a Hong Kong international airport rally Friday, July 26.
Protesters clash with police on Sunday, July 21.
Medical workers assist a protester affected by tear gas on July 21.  The pro office -Beijing lawmaker Junius Ho was hit by protesters in Hong Kong's Tsuen Wan district.
Police officers use pepper spray to disperse protesters after a rally in Sheung Shui district on Saturday, July 13.
A demonstrator paints paint inside a room in building of the Hong Kong Legislative Council, which was protested by protesters on Monday, July 1.
The Legislative Council meeting was held by demonstrators on July 1.
A protester breaks down a building window of the Legislative Council.
Sunlight columns were offered to the crowd during the march on July 1.
Helicopters carrying flags of China and Hong Kong flew demonstrators on July 1.
Pro-democratic lawmaker Roy Kwong demonstrates with a megaphone on July 1.
A police officer uses pepper spray while clashing with protesters on July 1.
A protester wearing a T-shirt The word "revolution" walks past an ins cription on a road that reads "Long Live HK." .
Protesters were running after police fired tear gas on Wednesday, June 12.
Protesters confronted police at a rally on June 12.
On the morning of June 12, ten Thousands of major youths came to the area, blocking the streets and stopping in central Hong Kong.
A demonstrator holds a signal during the June 12 rally.
Police officers charged protesters with clashes on Monday, June 10. This is a continuation. of protests that began the day before.
Protesters take a photo of Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam on Sunday, June 9.
Protesters on June 9 release placards and wear white – the rally's designated color. "Hong Kong, don't give up!" some chanted.
Students wore chains at a demonstration on Saturday, June 8.