Sunday’s march was the biggest seen in Hong Kong for decades. Photo: Sam TsangSunday’s march was the biggest seen in Hong Kong for decades. Photo: Sam Tsang
Sunday’s march was the biggest seen in Hong Kong for decades. Photo: Sam Tsang

About 100 businesses pledge to close doors to allow workers to join another protest against Hong Kong’s controversial extradition bill

  • Growing list of firms, including bakeries, toy stores and snack shops, say they will close on Wednesday as bill gets second reading in legislature
  • Organisers say more than a million took to streets on Sunday to voice anger over proposed legislation

Topic |   Hong Kong extradition bill
Sunday’s march was the biggest seen in Hong Kong for decades. Photo: Sam TsangSunday’s march was the biggest seen in Hong Kong for decades. Photo: Sam Tsang
Sunday’s march was the biggest seen in Hong Kong for decades. Photo: Sam Tsang
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