Two Hong Kong mooncake makers have found themselves the subject of Chinese state media articles for their differing views on the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout Two Hong Kong mooncake makers have found themselves the subject of Chinese state media articles for their differing views on the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout
Two Hong Kong mooncake makers have found themselves the subject of Chinese state media articles for their differing views on the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout

Beijing over the moon as cake maker slams Hong Kong protests

  • People’s Daily full of praise for Annie Wu Suk-ching – whose father founded Maxim’s chain – after she speaks out against those behind unrest in the city
  • Communist Party mouthpiece earlier slammed Garic Kwok – son of the founder of Taipan Bread and Cake – for supporting the protesters

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Two Hong Kong mooncake makers have found themselves the subject of Chinese state media articles for their differing views on the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout Two Hong Kong mooncake makers have found themselves the subject of Chinese state media articles for their differing views on the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout
Two Hong Kong mooncake makers have found themselves the subject of Chinese state media articles for their differing views on the protests in Hong Kong. Photo: Handout
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