Hong Kong saw fresh clashes on Sunday as police fired tear gas during a showdown with pro-democracy protesters across Kowloon after a brief lull in the city’s 26 weeks of unrest. Thousands had taken to the streets in the afternoon under the slogan “Don’t forget our original intention.” HKFP’s photographer May James captured the day as it unfolded.
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