A photograph published in the South China Morning Post on October 11, 1956, the day after rioting broke out in Kowloon.
Jason Wordie
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Then & Now by Jason Wordie

What sparked Hong Kong’s Double Tenth riots

The politically motivated riots that rocked Kowloon in 1956, starting on the anniversary of China's 1911 uprising, left 60 people dead and 500 injured

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A photograph published in the South China Morning Post on October 11, 1956, the day after rioting broke out in Kowloon.
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