Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of
HONG KONG AND JAPANESE ACTIVISTS PROTEST AGAINST NISHIMATSU
CONSTRUCTION IN HONG KONG.
Eighty-two-year-old Hong Kong protester Lu Xuemen (C), who survived
being a slave labour and the world's first atomic bombing in Hiroshima,
protest with a group of Japanese activists in Hong Kong August 6, 2001,
against Japan-based Nishimatsu Construction for allegedly forcing
50,000 Chinese into slave labour during World War Two. Nishimatsu
declined to comment in Hong Kong. The company has been involved with
several key infrastructure projects including the construction of the
city's state-of-the-art airport.