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"Holding yellow umbrellas and banners, nearly 100 protesters, including lawmakers and activists, stood outside one of Hong Kong's major shopping centres yesterday rallying against French cosmetics house Lancome for cancelling a concert.. Read more at straitstimes.com.", www.straitstimes.com
"HONG KONG - Lancome, the face-cream company owned by French cosmetics giant L'Oreal, shut main stores in Hong Kong on Wednesday as protesters gathered accusing it of bowing to China by cancelling a concert featuring a pro-democracy singer. Carrying yellow umbrellas, a symbol of Hong Kong's democracy movement, and colorful banners in Chinese, English and French, dozens of protesters packed tightly inside Times Square's plush Lane Crawford store in Causeway Bay and shouted 'L'Oreal! No self-censorship.'", www.todayonline.com
"HONG KONG - Cosmetics giant Lancome closed some of its outlets in Hong Kong on Wednesday ahead of protests, after the company cancelled a concert featuring a local singer critical of China.Many residents believe the promotional gig by pro-democracy activist Denise Ho was cancelled after China's state-run media criticised the French company for allowing her to perform.Hong Kong's Ho was a leading activist during mass rallies in 2014 calling on Beijing to allow fully free elections.", news.asiaone.com
"Global companies doing business in China, the world's largest consumer market, may need to censor their actions and sponsorships outside of the country too in near future. That's the lesson from an escalating row in Hong Kong that pits L'Oreal subsidiary Lancome against angry Hong Kong citizens. The French cosmetics brand, which is owned by...", qz.com
"HONG KONG (AFP) - Cosmetics giant Lancome closed some of its outlets in Hong Kong on Wednesday (June 8) ahead of protests, after the company cancelled a concert featuring a local singer critical of China.. Read more at straitstimes.com.", www.straitstimes.com
"Cosmetics giant Lancome closed some of its outlets in Hong Kong on Wednesday ahead of protests against its cancellation of a concert featuring a local singer critical of China. The row comes at a time when fears are growing about Beijing's tightening grip on the semi-autonomous city.", timesofindia.indiatimes.com
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