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Voices from Mong Kok - the night after the violence

The night after violence rocked Mong Kok in Hong Kong, the atmosphere is still tense.

Sixty-one people were arrested after an operation to clear illegal food stalls sparked violence. Ninety people were injured as angry protesters threw bricks and bottles, while police used batons and pepper spray.

The BBC's Juliana Liu went down to ask locals how they felt about what happened in their neighbourhood.

  • 10 Feb 2016
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