Japanese troops in Hong Kong in 1941. Photo: Getty Images Japanese troops in Hong Kong in 1941. Photo: Getty Images
Japanese troops in Hong Kong in 1941. Photo: Getty Images
Jason Wordie
Opinion

Opinion

Then & Now by Jason Wordie

Beyond treason: Hongkongers who collaborated with the occupying Japanese

  • The reasons for working with the invading force were myriad but the main attraction, as always, was money
  • While the wealthy and well-connected avoided prosecution, those lower down the social scale were often arrested and tried

Japanese troops in Hong Kong in 1941. Photo: Getty Images Japanese troops in Hong Kong in 1941. Photo: Getty Images
Japanese troops in Hong Kong in 1941. Photo: Getty Images
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