An umbrella and debris lie outside a vandalised Starbucks cafe in Sheung Wan district in Hong Kong. Photo: BloombergAn umbrella and debris lie outside a vandalised Starbucks cafe in Sheung Wan district in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
An umbrella and debris lie outside a vandalised Starbucks cafe in Sheung Wan district in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

Hongkongers will pay a heavy price for protest vandalism and lasting damage to the city’s image

  • Vandalism of public and private premises creates problems for all Hongkongers, from the taxpayer to the business owner. Furthermore, photos of Hong Kong looking like a war zone hurt the city’s business-friendly reputation

An umbrella and debris lie outside a vandalised Starbucks cafe in Sheung Wan district in Hong Kong. Photo: BloombergAn umbrella and debris lie outside a vandalised Starbucks cafe in Sheung Wan district in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
An umbrella and debris lie outside a vandalised Starbucks cafe in Sheung Wan district in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
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