Crowds at Hong Kong’s lunchtime demonstrations shrank further on Wednesday as only a few dozen protesters showed up in two of Hong Kong’s business districts, Cheung Sha Wan and Central.At 1.15pm, about 30 people gathered at the junction of Cheung Lai Street and Cheung Shun Street in the industrial district of Cheung Sha Wan chanting slogans, such as “Liberate Hong Kong; revolution of our times” and “five demands, not one less”. The crowd grew bigger to only about 100 at its peak later.About two…