Each and every one of us, in Hong Kong as elsewhere, has their own idea of home. Just being in a place for a long time doesn’t count. Picture: Jonathan Wong
Wee Kek Koon
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Reflections by Wee Kek Koon

The meaning of home: how years in Hong Kong doesn’t make you a Hongkonger, just as Mongols in China knew where they belonged

The concept differs for each and every one of us, but a lifetime spent in one place does not make it home – just look at the Mongols driven from China after decades of occupation, and who took to the steppes as if they’d never left

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Each and every one of us, in Hong Kong as elsewhere, has their own idea of home. Just being in a place for a long time doesn’t count. Picture: Jonathan Wong
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