A British National (Overseas) passport (forefront) and an HKSAR passport. Photo: SCMP / Fung Chang A British National (Overseas) passport (forefront) and an HKSAR passport. Photo: SCMP / Fung Chang
A British National (Overseas) passport (forefront) and an HKSAR passport. Photo: SCMP / Fung Chang
Jason Wordie
Opinion

Opinion

Then & Now by Jason Wordie

Why passports, BN(O) and otherwise, mean so much more than nationality

  • Speculation abounds regarding the future status of Hong Kong Chinese BN(O) passport holders
  • A Post Magazine columnist reflects on his own experience with the ‘second-class’ document

A British National (Overseas) passport (forefront) and an HKSAR passport. Photo: SCMP / Fung Chang A British National (Overseas) passport (forefront) and an HKSAR passport. Photo: SCMP / Fung Chang
A British National (Overseas) passport (forefront) and an HKSAR passport. Photo: SCMP / Fung Chang
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