A worker cleans up after vandalism at a Maxim’s cake shop in New Town Plaza, Sha Tin. Photo: Winson Wong

Founder’s daughter hits out at Hong Kong protesters over vandalism of Maxim’s outlets, blaming education system for failure to instil sense of Chinese identity in locals

  • Protesters escalated their attacks and vented their anger on businesses under Maxim’s after Annie Wu’s earlier comments
  • She also said there was a lack of education about Chinese history among locals from the kindergarten level
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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A worker cleans up after vandalism at a Maxim’s cake shop in New Town Plaza, Sha Tin. Photo: Winson Wong
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Four months since the start of the protests, Hong Kong has become familiar with intense violence, wanton destruction and a divided society, while more than 2,000 people have been arrested. Illustration: Adolfo Arranz

Four months of Hong Kong protests: how peaceful mass marches escalated to intense violence, a bitterly divided society and a loss of innocence

  • An estimated 1 million people marched peacefully on June 9, calling for the withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill
  • Four months on, the city has become familiar with the sight of trashed MTR stations and petrol bombs hitting the street, while more than 2,000 have been arrested
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Four months since the start of the protests, Hong Kong has become familiar with intense violence, wanton destruction and a divided society, while more than 2,000 people have been arrested. Illustration: Adolfo Arranz
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