Hong Kong Protesters Focused on Holding Ground in Volatile Mong Kok

October 24, 2014 09:47 AM
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In Hong Kong two of the protest sites occupied by pro-democracy activists, in the financial district and in a high-end retail area, have been relatively calm recently, but the third site, in the working class neighborhood Mong Kok, continues to be contentious. VOA's Brian Padden reports why activists say holding Mong Kok is key to the success of their movement, despite confrontations with angry residents, anti-protest groups and police.