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Post time 2019-12-2 11:35:01 |Display all floors
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All lines of the Mass Transit Railway (MTR) in Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) will resume normal service hours on Monday, local media reported.

"The University Station will remain suspended," according to the TVB channel report.

In previous months, someviolent protesters threw iron sticks, bricks and stones into railway tracks, endangering the safety of railway operations. Since late August, radical protesters in HKSAR have vandalized facilities at several MTR stations including Yuen Long, Kwai Fong and Tai Koo, insulted MTR staff and stormed the control rooms.

On August 31, radical protesters also stormed the customer service center and damaged ticket machines at the Mong Kok station. On the same day, some rioters also attacked passengers and vandalized facilities at Prince Edward station.

(Cover: File photo via VCG)


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Post time 2019-12-3 12:59:07 |Display all floors

China government spend billions in building Hong Kong so as to bring it up to the state of modernity through a period of twenty-two years but it took only a few months to turn it into dust and dirt!

Hong Kongers show and prove to the world that their faculty of thought must be submitted to the command and control of the west to harm themselves with pains and sorrows in no dignity and pride while crawling at the feet of their western masters like sycophants! Real ignoramus Hong Kongers are!

SHAME AND DISGRACE as they destroy their own homes to make westerners fill their hearts with joy and happiness as best Christmas presents ever delivered!



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