Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai sits bereft of visitors on August 14. While Hong Kong’s economy has suffered in the absence of visitors from the mainland, some locals are relieved to be free of the crowds. Photo: Sam Tsang Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai sits bereft of visitors on August 14. While Hong Kong’s economy has suffered in the absence of visitors from the mainland, some locals are relieved to be free of the crowds. Photo: Sam Tsang
Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai sits bereft of visitors on August 14. While Hong Kong’s economy has suffered in the absence of visitors from the mainland, some locals are relieved to be free of the crowds. Photo: Sam Tsang

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Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai sits bereft of visitors on August 14. While Hong Kong’s economy has suffered in the absence of visitors from the mainland, some locals are relieved to be free of the crowds. Photo: Sam Tsang Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai sits bereft of visitors on August 14. While Hong Kong’s economy has suffered in the absence of visitors from the mainland, some locals are relieved to be free of the crowds. Photo: Sam Tsang
Golden Bauhinia Square in Wan Chai sits bereft of visitors on August 14. While Hong Kong’s economy has suffered in the absence of visitors from the mainland, some locals are relieved to be free of the crowds. Photo: Sam Tsang
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