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There was singing and cheering on the streets of Hong Kong again Wednesday, as tens of thousands took to the streets for a fifth day to demand better treatment from Beijing.

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A woman holds a placard at a large pro-democracy protest in Hong Kong.

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A protester walks in front of a bus stop billboard with slogans and notes in Hong Kong.

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A protester holding an umbrella stands on the street close to the Hong Kong Government Complex.

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Demonstrators gather at the intersection of Argyle Street and Nathan Road in the area of Mongkok in Hong Kong.

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Demonstrators gather on Canton Road in the area of Tsim Sha Tsui in Hong Kong.

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A tunnel which connects Hong Kong Island with Mong Kok area is seen empty as protester barricade the main avenue to the financial Central district in Hong Kong.

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Protesters block the main street to the financial Central district outside of the government headquarters building in Hong Kong.

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Protesters sit in the street as protests continued for a fifth day in Hong Kong.

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Protesters sit in front of an art installation made from umbrellas and railings by local university students, outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong.

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Demonstrators shine lights from their mobile devices as they hold them aloft during a ongoing protest outside the central government office in Hong Kong.

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