08 Nov 2014 08:00
On the 27th of September 2014 pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong occupied the busiest areas of the city: Admiralty, Mongkok and the Causeway bay.
Umbrellas were used as shields by supporters to protect themselves from police's massive use of tear gas.
The Umbrella Revolution is a pacific movement made by students and workers that are fighting for democracy and rights.
In the temporary camps every supporters can find free information, tents, food, water, disposable cleaning items, blankets, battery recharging station and wifi.
No infrastructure was damaged and volunteers clean daily the occupied areas, promoting politeness and respectfulness as weapon against politic corruption.