HONG KONG TOURISM WORKERS, RETAILERS PAYING PRICE FOR UNREST

With trip planners turned away from Hong Kong amid recent chaos, ordinary Hong Kong shopkeepers and those working in the tourism industry said that the protracted unrest has taken a major toll on their livelihood.

Ecns.cn (Date:08/22/2019 22:15) Read full article >>

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