Where else in the world can you find a place run on the principle of “one country, two systems”? Credit must be due to Deng Xiaoping. Photo: ReutersWhere else in the world can you find a place run on the principle of “one country, two systems”? Credit must be due to Deng Xiaoping. Photo: Reuters
Where else in the world can you find a place run on the principle of “one country, two systems”? Credit must be due to Deng Xiaoping. Photo: Reuters

Not fully Chinese? Hong Kong people have a fluid identity – and politics has nothing to do with it

Michael Heng says rather than worry that many students don’t see themselves as Chinese citizens, the city should accept complexity as the norm, and encourage a pragmatic attitude

Topic |   National education in Hong Kong
Where else in the world can you find a place run on the principle of “one country, two systems”? Credit must be due to Deng Xiaoping. Photo: ReutersWhere else in the world can you find a place run on the principle of “one country, two systems”? Credit must be due to Deng Xiaoping. Photo: Reuters
Where else in the world can you find a place run on the principle of “one country, two systems”? Credit must be due to Deng Xiaoping. Photo: Reuters
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