An anti-government protester sets fire to an entrance of Mong Kok MTR station during an illegal rally in October. Photo: Edmond So An anti-government protester sets fire to an entrance of Mong Kok MTR station during an illegal rally in October. Photo: Edmond So
An anti-government protester sets fire to an entrance of Mong Kok MTR station during an illegal rally in October. Photo: Edmond So

Hong Kong protests have left the MTR Corporation beaten, bruised and bleeding – and it was supposed to be celebrating its 40th anniversary

  • Rail operator’s annus horribilis arrived on the back of a scandalous 2018
  • After the delays and budget overruns that plagued the Sha Tin-Central link came petrol bombs, vandalism, and an expected HK$1.6 billion financial hit

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
An anti-government protester sets fire to an entrance of Mong Kok MTR station during an illegal rally in October. Photo: Edmond So An anti-government protester sets fire to an entrance of Mong Kok MTR station during an illegal rally in October. Photo: Edmond So
An anti-government protester sets fire to an entrance of Mong Kok MTR station during an illegal rally in October. Photo: Edmond So
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