What Hong Kong’s 1960s Chaos Could Teach City’s Besieged Leaders
Demonstrators gather on Lung Wo Road during a protest as the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (HKCEC), left, and other buildings in the business district stand in Hong Kong, China. (Photographer: Justin Chin/Bloomberg)

What Hong Kong’s 1960s Chaos Could Teach City’s Besieged Leaders

(Bloomberg) -- It was a 5-cent fare hike for Hong Kong’s iconic Star Ferry that set off the protests. Cars and buildings were set on fire. Riot police patrolled the streets. Tear gas was fired—and ...
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