Hong Kong's 'umbrella protesters' return
Pro-democracy activists took to the streets of Hong Kong on Sunday for the first major rally since police cleared their camps in December.
Protesters were demanding what they call 'genuine elections', urging the Chinese government to relax its vetting rules for leadership elections in the former British colony.
But turnout was smaller than organisers had hoped. China Editor Carrie Gracie reports from Hong Kong.
02 Feb 2015
- From the section Asia