The Occupy Wall Street movement spilled into main streets around the world Saturday as crowds chanted and marched in a global movement of discontent.
Protesters took to the streets in Europe, the United States and Asia following online organizers' calls for a worldwide rally.
In Japan, about 200 people marched through Tokyo carrying various signs, including "No More Nukes and "Free Tibet." The crowd included children jumping and skipping behind the adults.
Some protesters wore costumes - including a giant panda.
In the Australian cities of Melbourne and Sydney, crowds of mostly union workers gathered near a bank in a peaceful protest.
In South Korea, Arthur Fragoso was among a group gathered outside a bank in Seoul.
"We are protesting mostly for economic issues worldwide," he said. "We need to come up with ideas to solve the world problems."FULL STORY