Hong Kong protests: Why is Mong Kok important?
Student leaders in Hong Kong are calling on supporters of the ongoing pro-democracy movement there to resist using violence when confronting police.
Their plea comes after several nights of clashes between demonstrators and riot police at the second-largest protest site, in the Hong Kong neighbourhood of Mong Kok.
But why do the protesters think the Mong Kok site is so important?
The BBC's Celia Hatton reports.
19 Oct 2014
- From the section Asia