|Umbrella Man stands up for everyone in Admiralty|
The article claims Leung received more than A$7 million ($6.1 million) in secret fees from a listed Australian engineering company in return for supporting its Asian business ambitions.
|A cutesy but colourful poster urging Hong Kong to add oil|
Leung failed to disclose these payments when he assumed office, and when The Age contacted him, Leung said he didn't have to declare the money.
Tonight pan-democratic lawmakers are vowing to impeach Leung over accepting this money.
Already there is speculation if Chinese President Xi Jinping will use this report of alleged corruption as an excuse to sack Leung, and not because of his mishandling of the protesters. How can Xi, with his anti-corruption campaign, keep Leung on now?
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|Sketching people at the Democracy Wall|
|A lone hunger striker explaining his cause to passersby|