Commuters crowd onto the platform at the Kowloon Tong MTR station after a signalling fault caused a six-hour disruption to services on . But why the tendency to replicate the crowds elsewhere in the city? Photo: Felix Wong Commuters crowd onto the platform at the Kowloon Tong MTR station after a signalling fault caused a six-hour disruption to services on . But why the tendency to replicate the crowds elsewhere in the city? Photo: Felix Wong
Commuters crowd onto the platform at the Kowloon Tong MTR station after a signalling fault caused a six-hour disruption to services on . But why the tendency to replicate the crowds elsewhere in the city? Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | Why must Hong Kong people recreate MTR rush hour crowds everywhere they go?

  • Hongkongers don’t just live in crowded conditions – sometimes it’s as though they look for them

Topic |   Hong Kong culture
Commuters crowd onto the platform at the Kowloon Tong MTR station after a signalling fault caused a six-hour disruption to services on . But why the tendency to replicate the crowds elsewhere in the city? Photo: Felix Wong Commuters crowd onto the platform at the Kowloon Tong MTR station after a signalling fault caused a six-hour disruption to services on . But why the tendency to replicate the crowds elsewhere in the city? Photo: Felix Wong
Commuters crowd onto the platform at the Kowloon Tong MTR station after a signalling fault caused a six-hour disruption to services on . But why the tendency to replicate the crowds elsewhere in the city? Photo: Felix Wong
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