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Shops in Hong Kong close doors to 'find breath of freedom'
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Hong Kong, June 13 -- By the entrance of his restaurant, Kelvin Chung hung a piece of paper announcing the restaurant's intention to strike on Wednesday.
"Hoping to find a breath of freedom," the sign said, adding that the shop would offer free honey green tea at lunch time to boost the city's morale.
His modest Japanese-style grill joined other small businesses that closed their doors to show solidarity with thousands of protesters who blocked government buildings in central Hong Kong, forcing the Legislative Council to postpone debate on highly contentious changes to the territory's extradition's laws.
Chung said the legislation is unlikely to have an impact on his restaurant, Delicorner, which offers fried chicken and grilled eel pa...
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