Crowds gather outside the Lung Mun Cafe in Hung Hom. Its owner supports the anti-government protesters. Photo: Dickson Lee

Not the Michelin guide: Hong Kong restaurants branded ‘yellow’ if they support protests, ‘blue’ if they don’t

  • Establishments risk attack, loss of business, harassment once they reveal political stance
  • Protest supporters flock to ‘yellow-ribbon’ eateries, shun ‘blue-ribbon’ restaurants
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Crowds gather outside the Lung Mun Cafe in Hung Hom. Its owner supports the anti-government protesters. Photo: Dickson Lee
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Shoppers are not willing to spend as the city’s woes continue. Photo: Sam Tsang

Hong Kong retail sales drop 18.3 per cent in September as ongoing protests and trade war continue to batter consumer sentiment

  • Consumer spending drops to HK$29.9 billion for the month after a record 22.9 per cent fall in August
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Shoppers are not willing to spend as the city’s woes continue. Photo: Sam Tsang
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