Protesters use fire extinguishers and a fire hose against riot police at Yuen Long MTR Station, one month after the July 21, 2019 mob attack. Photo: Winson WongProtesters use fire extinguishers and a fire hose against riot police at Yuen Long MTR Station, one month after the July 21, 2019 mob attack. Photo: Winson Wong
Protesters use fire extinguishers and a fire hose against riot police at Yuen Long MTR Station, one month after the July 21, 2019 mob attack. Photo: Winson Wong
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Hong Kong’s Yuen Long wounds remain to be healed

  • Public reaction to police account of mob attack at MTR station is an angry reminder that society remains divided and political issues still need to be addressed

Protesters use fire extinguishers and a fire hose against riot police at Yuen Long MTR Station, one month after the July 21, 2019 mob attack. Photo: Winson WongProtesters use fire extinguishers and a fire hose against riot police at Yuen Long MTR Station, one month after the July 21, 2019 mob attack. Photo: Winson Wong
Protesters use fire extinguishers and a fire hose against riot police at Yuen Long MTR Station, one month after the July 21, 2019 mob attack. Photo: Winson Wong
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