Barriers put up to protect Hong Kong police stations from protesters finally coming down amid waning unrest, insiders say

Barriers put up to protect Hong Kong police stations from protesters finally coming down amid waning unrest, insiders say
The large, water-filled barricades that sprang up to protect Hong Kong police stations against attacks by violent anti-government protesters last year are finally coming down, insiders say – a product of diminished social unrest in the face of the city’s sweeping new national security law and strict social-distancing regulations.Most of the barriers fencing off the force’s headquarters in Wan Chai – which was besieged by protesters multiple times last year – were cleared away on Sunday evening,…