Hong Kong protesters seek to inform tourists from mainland China

Hong Kong protests
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Hong Kong's protesters are seeking a new audience for an old fight.

The city's demonstrators again gathered in the streets for their fourth mass rally in a month on Sunday — organizers said 230,000 people turned out for this iteration of the movement. This time, the demonstrators, who normally direct their rallies toward Hong Kong's government and police force, marched through shopping areas popular with tourists from mainland China before winding up at the West Kowloon station, a new high-speed rail station that connects Hong Kong with the mainland.

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