Posters line the walls of a pro-protest “yellow” noodle shop in Hong Kong. Protest-friendly stores are categorised as yellow, and protesters believe that by boycotting supposedly pro-establishment businesses, they can help shift the balance of power and wealth in the city. Photo: AP

Letters | Hong Kong has long had a ‘red economic circle’, did anyone call that immoral?

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Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Posters line the walls of a pro-protest “yellow” noodle shop in Hong Kong. Protest-friendly stores are categorised as yellow, and protesters believe that by boycotting supposedly pro-establishment businesses, they can help shift the balance of power and wealth in the city. Photo: AP
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