Rappler's latest stories on HK protests
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
The big turnout is widely expected to benefit democratic forces
Postings by pro-democracy users on the internet urge voters to go to polling stations early and for supporters 'not to jeopardize the election'
Chow Pak-kwan says he hopes 'Hong Kong people can cast their votes to earn more democracy in a peaceful way'
'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.'