A notice posted at Times Square in Causeway Bay tells customers that unless a crime is being committed, police are asked not to enter the shopping centre. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong protesters call off Harbour City disruption after shopping centre’s owners ban police unless crime is being committed

  • Wharf Reic owns shopping centres in Tsim Sha Tsui, Causeway Bay and Diamond Hill
  • Protesters had threatened to stage ‘Summer Happy Hour’ demonstration at its Harbour City mall on Thursday night
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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A notice posted at Times Square in Causeway Bay tells customers that unless a crime is being committed, police are asked not to enter the shopping centre. Photo: Winson Wong
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