A young man was lying on a tarpaulin, with his mother hovering over him, trying to sooth him.
There were a lot more police this time. When an argument got rather heated, they stepped in and tried to calm people down.
An agitated man tried to dismantle the central tent. The police quickly stepped in and whisked him away, while he continued to shout excitedly.
He was saying the Occupiers were disrupting his work, his business.
I really think it is time for the Occupiers to go. They have demonstrated how strongly we Hong Kong people feel about democracy and an open election. But there is truly a significant number of people who do not agree with this method of protest, for a variety of reasons.
More importantly, the tempers are fraying. There is too much risk of violent confrontation. The struggle for democracy is a long fight. We should avoid shedding blood.