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'We're all family now': Protesters gather for free Christmas dinner in Hong Kong

Reuters Thursday, 26 December 2019
Hundreds of anti-government protesters and their supporters gathered outside a tiny restaurant in Hong Kong for an unconventional Christmas dinner, sharing paper plates piled high with food under neon street signs.
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As protests in Hong Kong resulted in the use of tear gas and pepper spray on Christmas Day, one restaurant provided relief in the form of free dinner for protesters to celebrate the festival. Jayson Albano reports.

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