Massive crowds, tear gas at Hong Kong democracy protests vs. China [photos]!/byAlanWong/status/516192848899620864

Hong Kong protests in full swing. X

— Jamie Campbell Bower (@Jamiebower) September 28, 2014

As Twitchy has reported previously this summer, pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong have put the Communist Party in Beijing on notice. This weekend, the marchers took to the streets again. And they’re back on social media to let the world know that they won’t rest.

Gas and advance, gas and advance. Police tactic to move from Central towards Admiralty. (Photo from 20 min ago)

— Alan Wong (@byAlanWong) September 28, 2014

Hong Kong government says it has no intention to ask the People's Liberation Army to quell protest.

— Alan Wong (@byAlanWong) September 28, 2014

More gas. Much gas. Eyes and throats burning sensation. Patchy Internet.

— Alan Wong (@byAlanWong) September 28, 2014

The line between civilians and police at Hong Kong democracy protest RT @amndawong #OccupyCentral #HongKong

— Judy Ngao (@Judy_Ngao) September 28, 2014

Chinese Police Arrests Dozens of Students and Pro-Democracy Protesters in Hong Kong

— Adam Milstein (@AdamMilstein) September 28, 2014

Amazin pictures: Hong Kong democracy protesters challenge Beijing

— FRANCE 24 English (@France24_en) September 28, 2014

#UPDATE: Police fire tear gas at chaotic Hong Kong democracy protests

— Agence France-Presse (@AFP) September 28, 2014

Video: Police use tear gas to break up pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong.

— Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) September 28, 2014

Hong Kong police use tear gas to disperse protesters – see footage of clashes

— BBC News (World) (@BBCWorld) September 28, 2014

Hong Kong update 2: Admiralty district descends "into chaos” in pro-democracy protests.

— Jim Roberts (@nycjim) September 28, 2014

Massive #HongKong democracy demonstration hit with tear gas by police –

— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 28, 2014

"Even if we get beaten up, we cannot fight back. We will win this war with love and peace."

— Newsweek (@Newsweek) September 28, 2014

Hong Kong police use tear gas to break up the #OccupyCentral protest (Photo: AP)

— WSJ Asia (@WSJAsia) September 28, 2014

Message from the protesters: Let it rain.

New symbol of protest: Hong Kong's wall of umbrellas.

— Kristie Lu Stout CNN (@klustout) September 28, 2014

Hong Kong right now

— The Independent (@Independent) September 28, 2014

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