An entrance to one of the MTR’s busiest stations burns as hard-core demonstrators continue their wrecking campaign against the rail operator. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong MTR could resume normal service within a fortnight, but only without fresh attacks by protesters, transport chief says

  • Transport minister Frank Chan hopeful that early closures of metro system will end in ‘one or two weeks’
  • But that is dependent on behaviour of vandals, he says, who have wreaked havoc on MTR network during violent demonstrations
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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An entrance to one of the MTR’s busiest stations burns as hard-core demonstrators continue their wrecking campaign against the rail operator. Photo: Sam Tsang
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Lilian Cheng

Lilian Cheng

Lilian joined the Post in 2019 as senior reporter covering Hong Kong’s housing, land and development policies. She started her career at Ming Pao in 2010 and was then a principal reporter at i-Cable News. She has won awards for her reporting on a major discovery of Sung relics near the planned To Kwa Wan railway station.