Hong Kong’s protest party soon to end

18 Jul 2012

HSBC has had enough. The protesters living under its Hong Kong headquarters should now be moved on, the bank has decided. It is about time.

The Occupy movement came to Hong Kong belatedly, but when it did come, it came in style. Woolly hats. Sweaty sleeping bags. Multi-coloured tents. Ever-expanding detritus. The protest site was, in short, Tsing Tao chic, and it attracted an admirable number of students, hippies and homeless people looking ...

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