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Protests are on the menu in Hong Kong

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Protests are on the menu in Hong Kong

Protests are on the menu in Hong Kong

Pro-democracy protests that have roiled Hong Kong for more than three months are providing culinary inspiration for a restaurant that offers a themed menu including the "eyeball drink" in honor of an injured medic.

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