Protesters in Hong Kong broke the glass windows of a subway station and a shopping mall on Sunday following the arrest of pro-democracy representatives. The performance in Hong Kong has entered its sixth month. These demonstrations began with China’s proposed extradition law, and now more democracy demands and other complaints have been added to it. Authorities closed the subway station in the northeast district of Sha Tin after protesters smashed windows and damaged a ticket vending machine. The police were ready to stop the protesters but there are no signs of arrest. In another incident, about 36 protesters entered a shopping mall in northwest Sun-Mun district. Most of the protesters were peaceful but one demonstrator broke the glass panes while others overturned the tables in a restaurant.