South China Morning Post Occupy Central coverage

Tens of thousands of protesters filled the streets of Hong Kong in late 2014 when the long-awaited Occupy Central civil disobedience movement kicked off, paralysing much of the city as demonstrators called for true universal suffrage and made headlines worldwide.

All Occupy Central articles by James Griffiths:

The world is watching: How Hong Kong protests were covered around the globe

‘Doomed’ protests will not change Beijing’s decision on political reform, warns Chinese state paper

‘Global Solidarity with Hong Kong’ rallies planned worldwide as Facebook turns yellow in support of protestors

Top 10 highlights of Occupy Central so far

Occupy Central goes global: Solidarity protests planned for dozens of cities worldwide

China warns foreign diplomats in Hong Kong to ‘stay away’ from Occupy Central

White House calls for ‘genuine choice’ in Hong Kong elections after petition attracts 200,000 signatures

US lawmakers to introduce legislation to monitor human rights and political reform in Hong Kong

Artists project messages of support from around the world to Occupy Central protesters

‘We belong to Hong Kong’: Thousands gather at solidarity events in 64 cities worldwide

Hongkongers questioned by police after attending solidarity rally in Singapore

Britain has ‘abandoned’ Hong Kong: former chief secretary

Beijing’s point of view on Hong Kong ‘entirely understandable’: Singapore foreign minister

Jackie Chan criticises economic cost of Occupy Central, calls on Hongkongers to ‘love the country’

‘Yellow Umbrella’ video game tasks players with defending Occupy Central barricades

Smooth jazz superstar Kenny G visits Hong Kong protest site

I don’t support Hong Kong’s Occupy protest, says Kenny G after stern words from Beijing

Protesters claim Kenny G did voice support for Occupy, telling them ‘hope you guys win eventually’