Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam visits the wife of Lee Chi-cheung, the man who was set on fire by a protester in Ma On Shan in November. Photo: FacebookHong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam visits the wife of Lee Chi-cheung, the man who was set on fire by a protester in Ma On Shan in November. Photo: Facebook
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam visits the wife of Lee Chi-cheung, the man who was set on fire by a protester in Ma On Shan in November. Photo: Facebook

Hong Kong protests: city leader Carrie Lam visits wife of man set alight and donates HK$300,000 raised by workers’ union

  • Lee Chi-cheung has been in hospital since the attack which came after he clashed with masked protesters who had vandalised Ma On Shan MTR station
  • Federation of Trade Unions helped to raise HK$300,000 to help the construction worker

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam visits the wife of Lee Chi-cheung, the man who was set on fire by a protester in Ma On Shan in November. Photo: FacebookHong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam visits the wife of Lee Chi-cheung, the man who was set on fire by a protester in Ma On Shan in November. Photo: Facebook
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam visits the wife of Lee Chi-cheung, the man who was set on fire by a protester in Ma On Shan in November. Photo: Facebook
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