Hong Kong: Protesters 'cleaning up' after peaceful night
Thousands of pro-democracy protesters have continued their demonstration in the heart of Hong Kong's financial district.
They are demanding that China's Communist authorities drop plans to vet candidates in Hong Kong's next leadership election.
Crowds have swelled since Sunday, sparked by outrage at the use of tear gas by riot police.
Those police have since been withdrawn.
Ali Moore reports from in Hong Kong that the protesters have been taking the time to clean up after themselves.
30 Sep 2014
- From the section Asia