1. Five banks keep 13 branches shut in Hong Kong after vandalism  South China Morning Post
  2. 'You don't do these things prior to negotiations,' ex-diplomat says of US actions against China  CNBC
  3. Hong Kong protests: Elderly woman unleashes on demonstrators  NEWS.com.au
  4. Repression is not the answer in Hong Kong  Financial Times
  5. The tiger that didn't purr: For Xi Jinping, it's not personal, it's just business | TheHill  The Hill
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Banks decline to confirm if any cash from ATMs was lost, but say customers’ assets at the banks’ safe deposit boxes are safe.Banks decline to confirm if any cash from ATMs was lost, but say customers’ assets at the banks’ safe deposit boxes are safe.

An elderly woman has gone viral after unleashing a furious rant against Hong Kong’s demonstrators about the inconvenience they’ve caused her.An elderly woman has gone viral after unleashing a furious rant against Hong Kong’s demonstrators about the inconvenience they’ve caused her.

Hong Kong protests: Elderly woman unleashes on demonstrators

Five banks continued to demonstrate caution with 13 branches kept shut and hundreds of automatic teller machines still offline after a weekend of political unrest.Five banks continued to demonstrate caution with 13 branches kept shut and hundreds of automatic teller machines still offline after a weekend of political unrest. ...

Banks Keep Hong Kong Branches Shut

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Xi has skillfully played off one issue against another in the US-China relationship, always advancing Beijing’s core interests.Xi has skillfully played off one issue against another in the US-China relationship, always advancing Beijing’s core interests.

The tiger that didn't purr: For Xi Jinping, it's not personal, it's just business | TheHill

Xi has skillfully played off one issue against another in the US-China relationship, always advancing Beijing’s core interests.Xi has skillfully played off one issue against another in the US-China relationship, always advancing Beijing’s core interests.

The tiger that didn't purr: For Xi Jinping, it's not personal, it's just business | TheHill

“The @nba has so bungled things in China that @AOC & @tedcruz have co-signed a letter ripping the league. AOC & Cruz! https://t.co/pfR3cVqEFY”

Clay Travis on Twitter: "The @nba has so bungled things in China that @AOC & @tedcruz have co-signed a letter ripping the league. AOC & Cruz! https://t.co/pfR3cVqEFY"

“Why is the @NBA supporting a murderous regime like China? @JessieJaneDuff on #AMERICAFirst @SalemMediaGrp https://t.co/XhpTGCKrVE”

Sebastian Gorka DrG on Twitter: "Why is the @NBA supporting a murderous regime like China? @JessieJaneDuff on #AMERICAFirst @SalemMediaGrp https://t.co/XhpTGCKrVE"

“#AdamSilver of the @NBA says he supports freedom of speech & won’t tell the players or staff what to say. I agree. The bottom line is the USA is supposed to have a favorable disposition to those who want to spread democracy. We can’t silence that. #TeamDl #DLHughleyShow @tvonetv”

DL Hughley on Twitter: "#AdamSilver of the @NBA says he supports freedom of speech & won’t tell the players or staff what to say. I agree. The bottom line is the USA is supposed to have a favorable disposition to those who want to spread democracy. We can’t silence that. #TeamDl #DLHughleyShow @tvonetv"

“Chinese Communist Party has been trying to suppress the protestors in Hong Kong for months. Now they’re trying to censor Americans and stop us from speaking out. I will travel to Hong Kong myself to learn the latest on the ground and report the facts”

Josh Hawley on Twitter: "Chinese Communist Party has been trying to suppress the protestors in Hong Kong for months. Now they’re trying to censor Americans and stop us from speaking out. I will travel to Hong Kong myself to learn the latest on the ground and report the facts"

Many Hongkongers have weak sense of national identity, causing them to turn down opportunities presented by mainland

Futility of street violence prompts reflection of HK youths' future - Global Times

China News - Read more at AsiaOneAsiaOne - SHANGHAI - Tiffany & Co have removed a tweet showing a woman covering one eye after Chinese consumers accused the jeweller of supporting the Hong Kong protesters. The photo posted on Monday (Oct 7) showed Chinese model Sun Feifei wearing a Tiffany ring on her right hand as it covers her right eye. Angry Chinese buyers believed it was a deliberate echo of the pose adopted by Hong Kong's pro-democracy demonstrators to denounce police violence in the semi-autonomous city.. Read more at AsiaOne

Tiffany removes advert over Hong Kong controversy, China News - AsiaOne

Taiwan has expelled a Chinese tourist for damaging a "Lennon Wall" that was put up in support of Hong Kong's democracy movement, a move likely to irk Beijing. Hong Kong pro-democracy activists have put up Lennon Walls, covered with colourful sticky notes, posters and slogans, across theTaiwan has expelled a Chinese tourist for damaging a "Lennon Wall" that was put up in support of Hong Kong's democracy movement, a move likely to irk Beijing. Hong Kong pro-democracy activists have put up Lennon Walls, covered with colourful sticky notes, posters and slogans, across the

Taiwan expels Chinese tourist for damaging 'Lennon Wall'

Angry shouts and the splintering of glass ring out across the station platform as a gang of black-clad protesters smash the windows of a train travelling from Hong Kong to mainland China in the latest vigilante act by a hard-core fringe of the ongoing anti-government protests.Angry shouts and the splintering of glass ring out across the station platform as a gang of black-clad protesters smash the windows of a train travelling from Hong Kong to mainland China in the latest vigilante act by a hard-core fringe of the ongoing anti-government protests.

Vigilante violence prompts fears of widening polarisation in Hong Kong

A report from The Sun yesterday adds ballast to what many had long suspected: that pro-Hong Kong materials are being vandalized on campus, with Snapchat screenshots suggesting that students were responsible for vandalizing stickers stuck to a footbridge railing. It harkens back to dark memories two years ago when pro-Tibet human rights posters on Arts […]A report from The Sun yesterday adds ballast to what many had long suspected: that pro-Hong Kong materials are being vandalized on campus, with Snapchat screenshots suggesting that students were responsible for vandalizing stickers stuck to a footbridge railing. It harkens back to dark memories two

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Angry Chinese buyers believed it was a deliberate echo of the pose adopted by Hong Kong's pro-democracy demonstrators to denounce police violence in the semi-autonomous city.Angry Chinese buyers believed it was a deliberate echo of the pose adopted by Hong Kong's pro-democracy demonstrators to denounce police violence in the semi-autonomous city.

Tiffany removes photo after Chinese consumers accused jeweller of supporting Hong Kong protests | Daily Mail Online

HONG KONG: ‘I can’t understand why speaking Mandarin is now a sin in Hong Kong,’ said “Mary”, a 35-year-old who works in the financial industry.HONG KONG: ‘I can’t understand why speaking Mandarin is now a sin in Hong Kong,’ said “Mary”, a 35-year-old who works in the financial industry.

No Mandarin allowed! Chinese citizens in Hong Kong are living in fear | New Straits Times | Malaysia General Business Sports and Lifestyle News