“These are sensitive times. It’s not like I don’t want to express my opinion, it’s that I don’t want my views to affect the family business. We don’t discuss the current situation with our customers. I don’t want people to label us as ‘yellow’ [pro-democracy] or ‘blue’ [pro-government]. And our business has been affected; there are fewer customers. The fruit market is never this quiet on a Saturday — it would’ve taken you 15 minutes to walk from the end of the market to the other. Look how empty it is right now.” California Sunday Magazine with a look at how the Hong Kong protests have exposed bitter divisions — even among friends and families. Tear gas on one street and civilians walking on another.