Famed for its hectic streets, several routes in Hong Kong on Tuesday looked abandoned. Photo: Winson WongFamed for its hectic streets, several routes in Hong Kong on Tuesday looked abandoned. Photo: Winson Wong
Famed for its hectic streets, several routes in Hong Kong on Tuesday looked abandoned. Photo: Winson Wong

Hong Kong protests turn city into ‘ghost town’ with shopping centres, restaurants shut, as MTR network crippled amid major National Day unrest

  • More than 25 shopping centres close for day of protests, that once again descend into violence across swathes of city
  • The few visitors out and about on Tuesday struggle to find much open, while many key railway stations are shut

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Famed for its hectic streets, several routes in Hong Kong on Tuesday looked abandoned. Photo: Winson WongFamed for its hectic streets, several routes in Hong Kong on Tuesday looked abandoned. Photo: Winson Wong
Famed for its hectic streets, several routes in Hong Kong on Tuesday looked abandoned. Photo: Winson Wong
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