Day 37 of Hong Kong's Umbrella Revolution. (3 November 2014)
Robert Chow (anti-Occupy camp) has said: "In the past, the worst occupying we have are only 3 years and 8 month. Do we need 3 years and 9 months or 3 years and 8 months, before we can get rid of the occupying movement? In the past, we have in total two occupation: the first is when Japan occupied Hong Kong, and the second time is this time."
Robert Chow has been criticised for his comparision of the pro-democracy protesters to the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong during World War 2.
Reports are emerging of the Chinese government preparing to order the Hong Kong government to use "violent force" to end the protests after APEC according to an ex-NPC member.
Leung Chun-ying has claimed that he been the subject of "character assassination".
Hong Kong Police have estimated that the cost of paying overtime for officers at the protests may reach $70 million.
Jasper Tsang Yok-sing, legislative council president says that the protests in Hong Kong Jare now hard to clear.
Journalism prof To Yiu-ming has criticised Hong Kong's media legislation and licensing system for broadcast television.
Joshua Wong, leader of Scholarism says that the ability of Robert Chow (anti-Occupy camp) to successfully pass through the protest site in Admiralty highlights the peaceful nature of the pro-democracy protest.
The 'I want genuine universal suffrage' banner first hung from Lion Rock has been replicated and is growing in popularity for pro-democracy supporters around Hong Kong.
John Kerry, US Secretary of State has requested China to not send the PLA to deal with the Occupy protests.
Former Tiananmen student leader Zhou Fengsuo has joined pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong sayinig that he sees "the future of China's democracy in Hong Kong".
A census count in the protest zones number the amount of tents as over 2000. Picture of Admiralty site. Picture Source: @yoksig/Twitter