Fire being lit at HSBC’s branch in Wan Chai during the New Year's Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee Fire being lit at HSBC’s branch in Wan Chai during the New Year's Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee
Fire being lit at HSBC’s branch in Wan Chai during the New Year's Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee

HSBC, Hang Seng Bank keep nearly a dozen Hong Kong outlets closed after vandals laid waste to premises on New Year’s Day rally

  • HSBC, Hang Seng say 11 locations to remain closed on Thursday
  • Expression of opinions should be ‘conducted in a peaceful manner, without affecting the public’s access to banking services’, HKMA says

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Fire being lit at HSBC’s branch in Wan Chai during the New Year's Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee Fire being lit at HSBC’s branch in Wan Chai during the New Year's Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee
Fire being lit at HSBC’s branch in Wan Chai during the New Year's Day march organised by the Civil Human Rights Front on January 1. Photo: Dickson Lee
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