Hong Kong has shaken for months by protests, which began as demonstrations against an unsatisfactory bill and have become a wider movement against Chinese power.
They are more violent and harder too. In recent years, the city's airport has reached its mark, making it an endorsement of the Asian transport hub whose effectiveness is effective. Protesters severely disrupted his operations, requiring him to suspend checks for two consecutive days. Hundreds of flights were canceled, and many passengers were stranded.
[Here's a guide to what inspired Hong Kong's protests and how they came about.]
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