Hong Kong's airport, one of the world's biggest, canceled all flights after thousands of protesters crowded into the main terminal, and China's aviation authority issued a major air safety warning to Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airlines after the airline was criticized for its support of anti-government riots that may expose passengers to safety threats. How would the airline's fence-sitting approach in dealing with the Hong Kong riots taint its image and take a toll on tourism? Meanwhile, more and more Hong Kong residents are backing the police in bringing rioters to justice, after the city suffered another weekend of chaos and public transport disruption. What are the legal consequences? And where is Hong Kong's way out?

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