Unleashing the wrath of Chinese deity Guan Yu is just one of many ways players of a new smartphone game inspired by Hong Kong's democracy rallies can defend protester barricades under attack by police, triad gangs and the city's leader dressed as a wolf. Read latest stories about Hong Kong democracy protests here.
Dawn has yet to break as 79-year-old Dai Mui begins her daily routine: collecting cardboard boxes from a 24-hour convenience store near her home.
At 5am, Dai has already filled her metal pushcart with boxes, cans, plastic bottles, and satchels of expired bread.In a report published by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS) in 2006, 70 per cent of elderly interviewed collect waste due to economic reasons. Read the full story here.
At each Occupy Hong Kong site you will see umbrellas, tents and plenty of creative artwork. SCMP Reporter Danny Lee decided to take a look at something else that has sprouted at the sites, dieties. Some that are ancient staples of Hong Kong culture, others that have a more recent inspiration.
A band of Hong Kong art guardians are on constant standby at the city's main sprawling protest site. Their mission: to swoop in and save a vast array of creative works -- including the towering "Umbrella Man" statue -- if the police move in.