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Hong Kong's poor find a place among the protests

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Hong Kong's poor find a place among the protests

Hong Kong's poor find a place among the protests

Students have been the driving force of anti-government protests in Hong Kong.

But they've also been joined by people from a broad cross-section of society.

Some of these are even living on the breadline, like 73 year-old Lou Tit-Man.

Eve Johnson reports.


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