Chinese University of Hong Kong cancels media reception because of Mong Kok #fishball riot
Outside the courts in Hong Kong today where #fishballrevolution protesters were facing riot charges
JWong holding court before procession to HK police headquarters
Protesters retreating, shatter of glass indicates they're still throwing bottles at police
Just now old man knocked into pavement headfirst by Hong Kong police #fishballrevolution
Riot police surge forward in Hong Kong, protesters retreat.
Still about 300-500 people holding out on Soy St and Fa Yuen St.
New squad moving into Dundas with heavy gear, full of energy, quickly clearing the road here.
Kowloon MTR station closed "because of public activity."
12 vans bring new helmeted riot police units to Nathan Rd. Hundreds of officers appear to be here #fishballrevolution
Line of police south of Dundas Rd. They use lights to intimidate photographers.
Fire, riot police on the streets of in Mongkok. Subway station closed. #fishballrevolution
Dundas Street, one block from police barricade. Still only trash burning, accelerated with some kind of petroleum.
In new statement, Hong Kong police call on protesters to "leave the scene as soon as possible"
Second police officer with a pack on his back seen on Apple Daily stream.
A clearer look at one of the officers with "pepper liquid spray" pack
Police ready to move into Dundas Street to kettle protesters on Sai Yeung Chou Street.
The core of the clashes are on Soy Street, between Nathan Rd and SYC St. Quiet for now, but protesters preparing.
Someone Bringing A Bat, People Pulling Out Bricks. #hongkong
Smaller standoff by Nelson Street. Police only lightly armored and tensions still high. Lots of verbal abuse.
Big fire. Crowd throw bricks at police
Protestors re-emerging on Nathan Road. Target police van #Mongkok
Mong Kok #fishballrevolution
Pavement being torn apart on Sai Yeung Choi Street South, #Mongkok