Rappler's latest stories on HK protests
Rappler Talk: Arnold Chung on impact of Hong Kong's pro-democracy movement
On Monday, December 2, Rappler editor-at-large Marites Vitug talks to activist Arnold Chung to discuss what Hong Kong's election results mean to the pro-democracy movement
Chinese state media urge Hong Kongers to 'vote to end violence'
The big turnout is widely expected to benefit democratic forces
Hong Kong protests slacken ahead of closely watched poll
Postings by pro-democracy users on the internet urge voters to go to polling stations early and for supporters 'not to jeopardize the election'
Student shot by Hong Kong police urges voter turnout
Chow Pak-kwan says he hopes 'Hong Kong people can cast their votes to earn more democracy in a peaceful way'
Singer-activist Denise Ho on HK protests: 'We have hope in this fight'
'They are making people angry. They are pushing those who have been a bit reluctant to go into the front lines, they are pushing those people to fight together.'