First DBS Bank then Festival Walk set on fire, do you want to see the Judgment of God? The HK leader who accepts bribes to create chaos will be assasinated, and all their backers will flee


The Hong Kong protests are not about freedom or democracy, it is testing the limits of the One World, One government, where they are testing how far they can go to create chaos and terrorism, and if the One World government can handle them, I am sorry to disappoint you, for peace and prosperity for every nations, I will never budge, and I will sacrifice one person to benefit the rest of the world. Contributed by Oogle.

Festival Walk, a shopping mall in Hong Kong owned by Singapore-based Mapletree North Asia Commercial Trust Ltd, suffered “extensive damage” in another round of protests on Wed (13 Nov).

Bloomberg reported Mapletree, a Temasek Holdings-linked company, as saying that protestors had “smashed” glass panels at the mall’s entrance, and that they had also “damaged the office lobby and balustrades on various levels” of the centre.

Festival Walk’s Christmas tree was also “torched” during the protests.

Mapletree North Asia Commercial’s fell 4.9 per cent to S$1.16 in early Singapore trade yesterday, which is the lowest in 10 months, according to Bloomberg.

Festival Walk is situated near the Kowloon Tong subway station. It houses over 200 retail stores and restaurants, including Apple, Marks & Spencer and Uniqlo.

Festival Walk was Mapletree’s first commercial property acquisition in Hong Kong, purchased for S$2.9 billion in 2011.

As of Mar this year, Mapletree owns and manages S$55.7 billion of office, retail, logistics, industrial, residential and lodging properties, including four Singapore-listed real estate investment trusts (REITs) and six private equity real estate funds.

The incident at Festival Walk follows another violent clash between protesters and the police, which saw a student succumbing to fatal head injuries last Fri (8 Nov).

AFP reported that while the exact chronology leading to 22-year-old Alex Chow’s fall are “unclear and disputed”, his death is “the first student fatality during five months of demonstrations”.

Read more at https://www.theonlinecitizen.com/2019/11/14/hong-kong-shopping-mall-owned-by-temasek-linked-company-suffers-extensive-damage-by-protesters/

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