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Anger of Mong Kok vendors after clashes

Police in Hong Kong have charged 38 people following clashes which broke out on Monday night as officials tried to clear unlicensed street food stalls in the shopping district of Mong Kok.

More than 90 people, mostly police, were injured.

Protesters see the hawkers as an important part of how locals enjoy the Chinese New Year holiday.

As the holiday came to an end in the city on Wednesday night, the vendors returned to Mong Kok for one last time.

They have been telling the BBC how they feel about the incident.

Produced by Jonathan Head, Daniel Bull and Martin Yip

  • 11 Feb 2016
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