Over the coming days, a number of rallies, talks and gatherings are planned to mark the one-year anniversary of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy Umbrella Movement protests. Follow HKFP’s coverage here – our team will be live-blogging events on Monday.

Upcoming events, from all sides of the political debate, are listed below.

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September 26 (Saturday).

9wu “Shopping” March & Rally.
Time: 6:30 – 10:30 pm.
Location: Mong Kok (Sai Yeung Choi Street South) to Admiralty’s Civic Square.

September 27 (Sunday).

Hong Kong Federation of Students & Scholarism Talks.
Time: 1 – 5:30 pm (4-5:30 pm Agnes Chow to speak).
Location: Tamar Park & legislature

Christian Camp Out.
Time: Evening till September 28 noon.
Location: Legislature.

September 28 (Monday).

Bible Reading at Wan Chai Methodist Church.
Time: 10:30am-noon.
Location: Wan Chai Methodist Church.

People Power returns to Admiralty (political party urged 1,000 people to sit on Harcourt Road at 5:58 pm).
Time: Noon.
Location: Former Lennon Wall site at the legislature.

Chinese University Student Union talks.
Time: Noon-10pm (Occupy Central convenor Chan Kin-man to speak at noon)
Location: CUHK main library

Blue Ribbon March & Rally (Hosted by Defend HK Campaign).
Time: 1:30pm-5:30pm.
Location: Causeway Bay Hang Lung Centre to Wan Chai Canal Road bridge.

Blue Ribbon March & Rally (Hosted by Occupy Central Does Not Represent Me).
Time: 2-6 pm.
Location: Chater Garden to Police HQ to Tamar Park.

Civil Human Rights Front Rally & Moment of Silence.
Time: 3-8 pm (5:58 pm moment of silence planned to mark the firing of tear gas in 2014).
Location: Former Lennon Wall site at the legislature.

Mass by Father Franco Mella.
Time: 4-5:45pm.
Location: Former Lennon Wall site at the legislature.

Prayer & Movie Screening.
Time: 4-8pm.
Location: Legislature.

Prayer Session Led by Cardinal Zen, Catholic Justice & Peace Commission.
Time: 8-10pm.
Location: LegCo.

September 29 (Tuesday)

Chinese University Student Union talks.
Time: Noon-midnight (Lawmaker Leung Kwok-hung “Long Hair” to speak at noon).
Location: CUHK main library.

September 30 (Wednesday)

Chinese University Student Union talks.
Time: Noon-4pm.
Location: CUHK main library.

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Kris Cheng

Kris Cheng is a Hong Kong journalist with an interest in local politics. His work has been featured in Washington Post, Public Radio International, Hong Kong Economic Times and others. He has a BSSc in Sociology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Kris is HKFP's Editorial Director.