The cover of An Australian in China, by George Morrison. Photo: Handout
The cover of An Australian in China, by George Morrison. Photo: Handout
Jason Wordie
Opinion

Opinion

Then & Now by Jason Wordie

The national identity of Australians in Hong Kong has evolved since the city’s 19th century urban beginnings

  • Australians have long been weaved into Hong Kong’s colourful tapestry, often in the same thread as the British
  • For some, an assumed commonality among ‘fellow nationals’ irritates

The cover of An Australian in China, by George Morrison. Photo: Handout
The cover of An Australian in China, by George Morrison. Photo: Handout
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