Day 35 of the Umbrella Revolution in Hong Kong. (1 November 2014)
Protests have celebrated Halloween on the streets with many creative costumes.
Two flammable cans have been thrown from a building in Causeway Bay. No injuries were reported.
The 'I want genuine universal suffrage' banner has been hung by protesters from the peak of Tai Mo Shan.
Anti-Occupy protests have held a sit-in opposite the Occupy protesters in Mongkok.
A fake petition similar to the recent "Support our Police" campaign has been circulating in an attempt to trick anti-Occupy supporters into signing without reading. This fake petition is supporting "Robert Chow as the HK ambassador to UK".
Emily Lau, the Chairwoman of the Democratic Party has commented on the NPC proposal saying that it is not consistent with United Nations treaties.
Three bus companies from Kwoon Chung Bus Holdings have filed a court injunction application in regards to the Admiralty protest zone.
Firemen have removed the "I want genuine universal suffrage" banner from Kowloon Peak (Fei Ngo Shan).
Benny Tai has called for a 'de facto reform referendum on the current political impasse and also called on Leung Chun-ying to dissolve the Legislative Council if it rejects the government's political reform proposal next year.
James Tien who recently stood down as Liberal Party leader says that he doesn't regret his comments about "Leung Chun-ying should resign" and says that the government is unable to properly function with the current Chief Executive.
Umbrella Revolution artwork in the protest zone. Source: @krislc/Twitter