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SHEUNG SHUI, Hong Kong (Reuters) - Last summer, pro-democracy protesters harassed Chinese traders in Sheung Shui and smashed storefronts that catered to them in the Hong Kong border town, angry at what they saw as a de facto invasion. Cosmetics store owner David So poses for a photo behind the shop counter while wearing a face mask, after the border between Shenzhen and Hong Kong was shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak, in Hong Kong's northern town of Sheung Shui, China May 18, 2020. REUTERS/Pak Yiu. The protesters, many from elsewhere in Hong Kong, built on years of resentment by some locals who blame the cross-border traders for overcrowding the town and pushing up re... Full story

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