At midday on Monday, as office workers stepped out for lunch, riot police gathered in Hong Kong’s central business district and tensions between protesters and law enforcement came unexpectedly to a head.

“It escalated so quickly, then police launched tear gas into the crowd,” a law firm staffer told Legal Week, Law.com’s U.K. affiliate. “It felt like my lungs were on fire.”

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