Police officers were out in force in Mong Kok on Sunday. Photo: Edmond SoPolice officers were out in force in Mong Kok on Sunday. Photo: Edmond So
Police officers were out in force in Mong Kok on Sunday. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong protests: police enter two malls, issue Covid-19 fines as dozens gather to mark one year since Prince Edward station chaos

  • More than 100 officers stop and search those in the Moko and Langham Place malls, issuing fines to 29 people
  • Calls had earlier circulated online for a march to Prince Edward MTR station to mark the anniversary of one of most controversial incidents of social unrest

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Police officers were out in force in Mong Kok on Sunday. Photo: Edmond SoPolice officers were out in force in Mong Kok on Sunday. Photo: Edmond So
Police officers were out in force in Mong Kok on Sunday. Photo: Edmond So
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