Almost three weeks after a court order shut down the Occupy Central protests, Hong Kong police arrested 37 people on Friday in a new round of demonstrations over the Christmas holidays. Police said they arrested 26 men and 11 women, between the ages of 13 and 76, in the Mong Kok neighborhood for offenses including "disorderly conduct in public place" and "criminal damage." About 300 protestors clashed with police in a five-hour standoff that began Christmas night, chanting slogans for universal suffrage. Police had already arrested 12 people for a demonstration that began Christmas Eve and spilled into early Thursday morning. Earlier this year hundreds of protestors descended on Hong Kong's Central district as a part of a pro-democracy movement.