A Maxim’s cake shop that was vandalised by protesters at New Town Plaza, in Sha Tin, in September. Photo: Winson Wong A Maxim’s cake shop that was vandalised by protesters at New Town Plaza, in Sha Tin, in September. Photo: Winson Wong
A Maxim’s cake shop that was vandalised by protesters at New Town Plaza, in Sha Tin, in September. Photo: Winson Wong
Wee Kek Koon
Opinion

Opinion

Reflections by Wee Kek Koon

By targeting Maxim’s outlets, Hong Kong protesters recall China’s vengeful past

  • The restaurant chain’s businesses have been trashed after the daughter of company’s founder denounced protest movement
  • Throughout Chinese history, arbitrary punishments have been meted out for nothing more than familial ties

A Maxim’s cake shop that was vandalised by protesters at New Town Plaza, in Sha Tin, in September. Photo: Winson Wong A Maxim’s cake shop that was vandalised by protesters at New Town Plaza, in Sha Tin, in September. Photo: Winson Wong
A Maxim’s cake shop that was vandalised by protesters at New Town Plaza, in Sha Tin, in September. Photo: Winson Wong
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