It's been around six months since the start of the Hong Kong protests, and yet another large pro-democracy march is expected in the streets of Hong Kong this Sunday.
However, in a rare move, the Hong Kong police have given the green light to Sunday's march, which is being led by the Civil Human Rights Front, a group that organized the largely peaceful million-strong marches in the summer.
New Hong Kong police commissioner Chris Tang gave permission for the march on the condition that protestors follow the time and order agreed upon with the police without threatening public order.
Sunday's march is the first of its kind since pro-democracy candidates won sweeping victories in the local elections last month.
Pundits expect the march to be a sign of how the pro-democracy protests might unfold in the future.