Arrests, batons, dogs: police aim to prevent protesters from re-occupying Mong Kok

New video of Apple Daily cameraman being arrested in Mong Kok emerges

Cat tattoos, or 'cattoos', the latest craze in New York

Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong accuses police of using excessive force

Arrests, batons, dogs: police aim to prevent protesters from re-occupying Mong Kok

Sat, 29 Nov 2014

Police took to the streets of Mong Kok on Friday night to stage a show of force in a bid to prevent crowds of protesters from gathering in the vicinity to re-occupy roads as night fell.

New video of Apple Daily cameraman being arrested in Mong Kok emerges

Fri, 28 Nov 2014

A photographer from the Chinese-language Apple Daily was handcuffed and taken away by police while covering the so-called “re-occupation” protest in Mong Kok on Thursday night. Police said the man was arrested on suspicion of assaulting police and resisting arrest and that Wong “repeatedly hit an officer’s face” with his video camera.

Cat tattoos, or 'cattoos', the latest craze in New York

Fri, 28 Nov 2014

They have taken over our homes, they have taken over the internet. Now, they are - literally - getting under our skin. Cat tattoos, or "cattoos," are all the rage amongst New York hipsters. In the trendy neighborhood of Williamsburg, tattoo artist Betty Rose has made felines her specialty. Once mocked as a crazy cat lady, her business is now taking off.

Hong Kong student leader Joshua Wong accuses police of using excessive force

Fri, 28 Nov 2014

Hong Kong protest leader Joshua Wong is banned from a flashpoint protest site where he was arrested this week during clashes when authorities moved in to clear the pro-democracy camp.