Several banners listing conditions in order for the Occupy protest to withdraw have been reported as unofficial and not reflecting the position of Occupy Central.
Up to 5 members of the Hong Kong Federation of Students are planning to travel to Beijing this coming weekend. However there has been no confirmation of names yet.
The last British governor of Hong Kong, Chris Patten has spoken at a parliamentary committee about Hong Kong despite calls from Hong Kong not to hold the session.
Leung Chun-ying has again claimed that Occupy protests have damaged the rule of law in Hong Kong citing examples of pro-democracy protests ignoring court injunctions.
Leung Chun-ying has also denied involvement in the dismissal of critic James Tien from his Chinese government appointed position saying that he was only aware of the situation after he stood down.
Reports have emerged from Beijing that travelers from Hong Kong have been asked whether they have umbrellas upon arrival at the airport.
Robert Chow (anti-Occupy camp) has presented his "Support our police" petition with 1.8 million signatures to Carrie Lam, Chief Secretary of Hong Kong.
Cracks within the government's supporters emerge as impatience grows towards Leung Chun-ying and his handling of the pro-democracy protests.
Scholarism's Max Lau has criticised Carrie Lam for the inclusion of Robert Chow's "Support our police" petition in her official report claiming that it is an inaccurate representation of Hong Kong's popular opinion.
Communication and social media apps such as Twitter have been labelled signs of 'foreign interference' by the Hong Kong government. Picture Source: Mr & Little Miss HK People