Sunday’s annual pro-democracy protest saw thousands march from Causeway Bay to the Central Government Offices in a push for greater democracy. While organisers put the turnout at 50,000, police put the figure at 9,800 – the lowest on record. Click to view full coverage of the day’s events.

Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Albert Ho (centre). Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Cheng Chung-tai. Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Leung Kwok-hung. Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Lau Siu-lai. Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.
A pro-Beijing counter-protest. Photo: Dan Garrett/HKFP.

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Dan Garrett

Dan Garrett, PhD, is an author, photographer, political scientist, and visual sociologist studying China’s securitization of Hong Kong. His first book examined the Region’s vivacious protest culture and defence of the Hongkonger identity. A second investigating China’s post-Umbrella national security crackdown on protests/protesters and the militarisation of SAR protest policing is in process.