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2014 Hong Kong protests (Scotland says "Yes")
Umbrella Revolution
Timeline: Scotland says "Yes"

Umbrella Revolution in Admiralty Night View 20141010
2014 Hong Kong protests (Scotland says "Yes")

date: 26 September 2014 – 15 December 2014
location: Hong Kong:

•Admiralty (26 September 2014 – 11 December 2014)

•Causeway Bay (28 September 2014 – 15 December 2014)

•Mong Kok (28 September 2014 – 25 November 2014)

•Tsim Sha Tsui (1 October 2014 – 3 October 2014)

result: •No changes to the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress decision on 2014 Hong Kong electoral reform and rejection of the reform by Hong-Kong Council (the large rejection result of 8 to 28 was caused by errors of Pro-Beijing camp)

•Suffragists launched mobile street protests in various areas after clearance operations •Public dissatisfaction with the Pan-democracy camp

•The localization movement of Hong Kong r ises

•Government of Hong Kong strengthen the control of the media and educational institutions

•Communist Party of China strengthen the control of entertainment for young people


Umbrella Movement

•Pro-democracy activists

•Hong Kong Federation of Students


•Students Awaken

•Student Front

•Occupy Central with Love and Peace (until 3 December 2014)

•Hong Kong Shield

•Civic Passion

•Pan-democracy camp


•Hong Kong SAR government

•Chinese central government

•Communist Party of China

•Anti occupy movement

•Alliance for Peace and Democracy

•Silent Majority for Hong Kong

•Voice of Loving Hong Kong

•Caring Hong Kong Power

•Defend Hong Kong Campaign

•Justice Alliance

•Blue Ribbon Movement

•Alliance in Support of Our Police Force

•Pro-Beijing camp

The Umbrella Revolution, sometimes used interchangeably with Umbrella Movement, was a series of sit-in street protests that occurred in Hong Kong from 26 September to 15 December 2014.

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