正體: Hong Kong (CNN) -- The Hong Kong government said Monday that riot police have pulled back from pro-democracy demonstrations around the city that have caused widespread disruption in one of Asia's financial hubs. Defiant demonstrators remained on the streets of Hong Kong's financial center, blocking traffic on key highways a day after clashes with police that left more than 40 people injured. Explaining the decision to withdraw the riot police, the government said in a statement that the protesters on the streets were now behaving peacefully. But protesters have pointed out that the unrest Sunday resulted from heavy-handed police tactics.
簡體: HK CNN -- d HK gov sad Mon. dt riot pls hv pu'od bk fm pro-dmcrcy dmnstr-gen ard d cty dt hv cozd wdspred dzrap-gen in 1 o asia's 5nncio hubs Dfiant dmnstrtrrs remand on d st. o hk's 5nncio cntrr, blokin trffk on kii hywayz 1 day aft klshz wz pls dt lft mo dan 40 ppl injrd. Xplanin d dc-gen 2 wzdro d riot pls, d gov sad in 1 sd8mnt dt d protstrrs on d st. wrr nao behvin piis4ly. bt protstrrs hv pointd aot dt d unrst Sun. rezotd fm hvy-hndd pls tktx.