Officer Lau (third from left) and police colleagues receive a delivery of mooncakes. Photo: Weibo

Beijing campaign sends 650 boxes of Maxim’s mooncakes to Hong Kong police in show of support over protests

  • Top law enforcement body starts campaign to rally mainland support for officers amid anti-government protests
  • Maxim’s described as ‘company that loves the country and loves Hong Kong’ after condemnation of unrest by daughter of founder
Topic |   Hong Kong extradition law

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Officer Lau (third from left) and police colleagues receive a delivery of mooncakes. Photo: Weibo
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An importer for Taipan Bread and Cakes, the Hong Kong baker known for its “snowy” mooncakes, may have to destroy returned stock after a social media controversy. Photo: FACEBOOK

Chinese importer says entire stock of Taipan mooncakes will be destroyed after backlash against Hong Kong baker

  • Manager of trading company says ‘huge amount’ of Taipan Bread and Cakes brand pastries were returned after mainland media storm over bakery director’s pro-protest Facebook posts
Topic |   China Society

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An importer for Taipan Bread and Cakes, the Hong Kong baker known for its “snowy” mooncakes, may have to destroy returned stock after a social media controversy. Photo: FACEBOOK
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