Protesters at the entrance of HSBC in Hong Kong
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HSBC bids to evict anti-capitalist Occupy movement

In Hong Kong, HSBC bank has begun a legal case to evict the anti-capitalist Occupy movement.

At its height last year, the gathering drew 500 protesters but now numbers have dwindled to about a dozen tents at the bank's headquarters.

The demonstrators follow in the footsteps of similar movements in New York and London, as Juliana Liu reports.

  • 16 Jul 2012
  • From the section Asia