Contingency plans and “red lines” differ by person and family, but many have had difficult discussions with a partner or family back home about what to do. Illustration: Henry Wong Contingency plans and “red lines” differ by person and family, but many have had difficult discussions with a partner or family back home about what to do. Illustration: Henry Wong
Contingency plans and “red lines” differ by person and family, but many have had difficult discussions with a partner or family back home about what to do. Illustration: Henry Wong

Stay or go? Hong Kong’s protest crisis raises career doubts for expats

  • Half a year has passed since the city erupted into turmoil, exposing divisions over its future
  • In a new series, the South China Morning Post looks at the risks and rewards foreign professionals see in Hong Kong after a summer of unrest

Topic |   Hong Kong expats
Contingency plans and “red lines” differ by person and family, but many have had difficult discussions with a partner or family back home about what to do. Illustration: Henry Wong Contingency plans and “red lines” differ by person and family, but many have had difficult discussions with a partner or family back home about what to do. Illustration: Henry Wong
Contingency plans and “red lines” differ by person and family, but many have had difficult discussions with a partner or family back home about what to do. Illustration: Henry Wong
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