Hong Kong Protests Continue Despite Withdrawal of Extradition Bill; FROM THE ARCHIVES: The Plunder of Zimbabwe’s Wealth; Food Mondays: Haute Mexican Cuisine

A protester sprays black paint on an MTR train logo to protest those injured on Aug 31 outside Prince Edward station in Hong Kong on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. The ratings agency Fitch on Friday cut Hong Kong’s credit rating and warned that conflict with anti-government protesters was hurting the image of its business climate.
A protester sprays black paint on an MTR train logo to protest those injured on Aug 31 outside Prince Edward station in Hong Kong on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. The ratings agency Fitch on Friday cut Hong Kong's credit rating and warned that conflict with anti-government protesters was hurting the image of its business climate. Kin Cheung / AP Photo
A protester sprays black paint on an MTR train logo to protest those injured on Aug 31 outside Prince Edward station in Hong Kong on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. The ratings agency Fitch on Friday cut Hong Kong’s credit rating and warned that conflict with anti-government protesters was hurting the image of its business climate.
A protester sprays black paint on an MTR train logo to protest those injured on Aug 31 outside Prince Edward station in Hong Kong on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. The ratings agency Fitch on Friday cut Hong Kong's credit rating and warned that conflict with anti-government protesters was hurting the image of its business climate. Kin Cheung / AP Photo

Hong Kong Protests Continue Despite Withdrawal of Extradition Bill; FROM THE ARCHIVES: The Plunder of Zimbabwe’s Wealth; Food Mondays: Haute Mexican Cuisine

On today’s show:

  • Despite Carrie Lam’s withdrawal of the controversial Extradition Bill, protests in Hong Kong continue.
  • We replay a conversation from 2002 on how Robert Mugabe destroyed Zimbabwe’s wealth.
  • Monica Eng chats with the first Mexican to win a Michelin star.