Cinemas have begun reopening in China, but with mask-wearing and social-distancing restrictions that are a reminder that movie-going is anything but back to normal. Here, a worker disinfects seats at a Beijing cinema on July 21, 2020. Photo: Xinhua Cinemas have begun reopening in China, but with mask-wearing and social-distancing restrictions that are a reminder that movie-going is anything but back to normal. Here, a worker disinfects seats at a Beijing cinema on July 21, 2020. Photo: Xinhua
Cinemas have begun reopening in China, but with mask-wearing and social-distancing restrictions that are a reminder that movie-going is anything but back to normal. Here, a worker disinfects seats at a Beijing cinema on July 21, 2020. Photo: Xinhua
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Hong Kong-listed old economy stocks are coronavirus roadkill. Will they come back to life?

  • Airlines, retail, cinemas are among sectors beaten down by the virus
  • Is there pent-up demand for the old world ready to explode? Or are virus-driven changes in consumer habits permanent?

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Cinemas have begun reopening in China, but with mask-wearing and social-distancing restrictions that are a reminder that movie-going is anything but back to normal. Here, a worker disinfects seats at a Beijing cinema on July 21, 2020. Photo: Xinhua Cinemas have begun reopening in China, but with mask-wearing and social-distancing restrictions that are a reminder that movie-going is anything but back to normal. Here, a worker disinfects seats at a Beijing cinema on July 21, 2020. Photo: Xinhua
Cinemas have begun reopening in China, but with mask-wearing and social-distancing restrictions that are a reminder that movie-going is anything but back to normal. Here, a worker disinfects seats at a Beijing cinema on July 21, 2020. Photo: Xinhua
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