Passengers push through protesters at Hong Kong International Airport on Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang

Travellers choose walking over gridlock as anti-government protesters paralyse transport links to Hong Kong International Airport

  • Dozens of passengers forced to walk from as far as 16km (10 miles) away to make their flights – those who arrived waited for hours to reach city
  • Some blasted protesters for inconveniences, others sympathised with non-cooperation campaign
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Passengers push through protesters at Hong Kong International Airport on Sunday. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Abuse directed at the rail firm is spray-painted on the customer service booth at Mong Kong station. Photo: Handout

Dozens of railway stations vandalised by protesters over weekend, says Hong Kong’s MTR Corporation, warning some services may not resume by Monday

  • Company says as many as 32 railway stations were damaged on Saturday and at least 12 on Sunday
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Abuse directed at the rail firm is spray-painted on the customer service booth at Mong Kong station. Photo: Handout
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