A cabby at a slow drive protest by 100 taxis in March last year protesting against the government's ‘perfunctory’ enforcement against illegal ride-hailing services such as Uber. Photo: K.Y. Cheng

Taxi drivers plan anti-Uber march in Hong Kong, threatening citywide protest if demands are not met

  • Local cabbies say they uncovered 800 cases of illegal ride-hailing in months of undercover operations
Topic |   Hong Kong taxis

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A cabby at a slow drive protest by 100 taxis in March last year protesting against the government's ‘perfunctory’ enforcement against illegal ride-hailing services such as Uber. Photo: K.Y. Cheng
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Cannix Yau

Cannix Yau

Cannix joined the Post in 2014 after many years in journalism and some years working for legislators. She is interested in issues related to social justice and won SOPA's Excellence in Reporting Award in 2005.