New York Times - Opinion
Tear-Gas Gelato, Foulmouthed Mooncakes and Other Foods Fit for a Revolution
How the Hong Kong democracy movement feeds on the city’s distinct identity.
By Laurie Wen
“Who says I can’t sell an ice cream cone and add a gas mask on the side?” Chung Yiu-wa, the co-owner of Sogno Gelato, said. “I have a license to sell, and I can attach free gifts if I want. I’m not breaking any laws.”