A fire burns in Mong Kok in a clash that started with a crackdown on illegal food stalls. Photo: Bloomberg

After the Mong Kok riot, it’s time to hit Hong Kong’s radicalised youth hard to show them crime doesn’t pay

Tony Kwok says the Hong Kong police were highly restrained in handling the violence in Mong Kok, but we now need to demonstrate very clearly that a repeat of such events will not be tolerated – and that must start with swift prosecutions of all involved

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A fire burns in Mong Kok in a clash that started with a crackdown on illegal food stalls. Photo: Bloomberg
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