Garbage and debris lie at a blockaded entrance to Sheung Wan MTR station on November 2. Photo: BloombergGarbage and debris lie at a blockaded entrance to Sheung Wan MTR station on November 2. Photo: Bloomberg
Garbage and debris lie at a blockaded entrance to Sheung Wan MTR station on November 2. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Why Hong Kong MTR may remain a target of protester fury even if ‘curfew hours’ are lifted

  • The rail operator’s status as a government-controlled company is what renders it vulnerable to attacks, which happened even before service hours were shortened to limit damage and facilitate repairs

Topic |   Hong Kong MTR
Garbage and debris lie at a blockaded entrance to Sheung Wan MTR station on November 2. Photo: BloombergGarbage and debris lie at a blockaded entrance to Sheung Wan MTR station on November 2. Photo: Bloomberg
Garbage and debris lie at a blockaded entrance to Sheung Wan MTR station on November 2. Photo: Bloomberg
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