XHC

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XHCCross-Harbour Tunnel (Hong Kong)
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The radical protesters' violent acts later also spread to various areas including Sham Shui Po, Tsim Sha Tsui and the Cross-Harbour Tunnel's Kowloon entrances.
Yesterday's paralyzed airport, the Cross-Harbour Tunnel blockade, attacks on police stations, Molotov cocktails and smoke bombs attacks have plunged Hong Kong into the vortex of chaos," Lam told reporters.
Late yesterday, hundreds of masked protesters blocked major roads, set fires and stopped transport from entering the Cross-Harbour Tunnel linking Hong Kong and Kowloon.
Protesters on Saturday set fires in the streets, outside a police station and in rubbish bins, and blocked the entrance to the Cross-Harbour Tunnel, cutting a major artery linking Hong Kong island and the Kowloon peninsula.
Protesters on Saturday set fires in the streets, outside a police station, and in rubbish bins, and blocked the entrance to the Cross-Harbour Tunnel, cutting a major artery linking Hong Kong island and the Kowloon peninsula.
These include the management of the Hong Kong Cross-Harbour Tunnel, provision of high-end safe deposit box services, construction financing services for sub-contractors, and operation of an online building materials procurement platform.
When completed it will house the entrance to the new cross-harbour tunnel and part of the West Kowloon expressway.
Police said protesters paralysed traffic in Sha Tin, Tai Wai, Kowloon Tong, Tsim Sha Tsui and the Cross-Harbour Tunnel.
HONG KONG, Oct 31, 2016 - (ACN Newswire) - Chun Wo Tunnel Management Limited, subsidiary of Chun Wo Development Holdings Limited ("Chun Wo") is pleased to announce that a six-year management contract of the Cross-Harbour Tunnel has been awarded by the Transport Department of the HKSAR for management, operation and maintenance services and the contracted service will commence on 1 November 2016.
Police said protestors paralysed traffic in Sha Tin, Tai Wai, Kowloon Tong, Tsim Sha Tsui and the Cross-Harbour Tunnel.
They further blocked both tunnel tube directions of the Hung Hom Cross-Harbour Tunnel as well as major trunk roads such as Lung Cheung Road yesterday and early this morning, causing serious adverse impacts on the public.