Today's edition of South China Morning Post (19 December) has a story on Hong Kongers' sympathy and support to the Korean farmers.
It writes, "Korean protestors may have put Wan Chai under siege on Saturday night, but yesterday many Hong Kong people told of how they had won their hearts during their controversial week-long visit.
They turned out in their hundreds to catch a glimpse of their last day in town, many offering food, drinks and scarves against the cold weather." Read the full story here.
Koreans farmers are asking for protectionist policies. Do the cheerleaders from Hong Kong really mean to endorse their cause?