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Students Are Doing Their Homework While Protesting In The Streets Of Hong Kong

Now you have no excuses for handing your homework in late.

Posted on September 30, 2014, at 2:29 p.m. ET

Students are a leading force behind the massive pro-democracy protests currently shaking up Hong Kong – but that isn't stopping some of them from completing their schoolwork.

School kids do their homework in the streets at Hong Kong protest

Richard Frost@frostyhk

School kids do their homework in the streets at Hong Kong protest

11:46 AM - 29 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

As ordinary citizens took to the streets to demand democratic elections free from mainland Chinese interference, several reporters snapped student protesters reading textbooks and writing while occupying.

Hong Kong students are starting to do their homework while occupying.

Lily Kuo@lilkuo

Hong Kong students are starting to do their homework while occupying.

8:23 AM - 30 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

The students and other protesters pictured were at a sit-in at Hong Kong’s Tamar site, also known as Civic Square.

This isn't the only unusual sight at the pro-democracy protests. A sign was left on a vandalised police van that read: “Sorry, I don't know who did this but we are not anarchists – we want democracy!"

This was on a vandalised police van in Admiralty today

James Legge@James_Legge

This was on a vandalised police van in Admiralty today

10:04 AM - 29 Sep 14ReplyRetweetFavorite

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