Anna Lo on the Falls Road, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Photo: Peter SimpsonAnna Lo on the Falls Road, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Photo: Peter Simpson
Anna Lo on the Falls Road, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Photo: Peter Simpson

Brexit has left Northern Ireland’s Chinese community confused and divided, much like the rest of Britain

  • Britain’s exit from the European Union raises questions among those who have made Northern Ireland their home
  • Anna Lo, the Hong Kong-born former Alliance Party politician, talks about the backstop, borders and the Democratic Unionist Party

Topic |   Chinese overseas
Anna Lo on the Falls Road, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Photo: Peter SimpsonAnna Lo on the Falls Road, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Photo: Peter Simpson
Anna Lo on the Falls Road, in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Photo: Peter Simpson
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