Businesses and people with ties to mainland China have been in the firing line of a nativist group of protesters. Illustration: Henry Wong Businesses and people with ties to mainland China have been in the firing line of a nativist group of protesters. Illustration: Henry Wong
Businesses and people with ties to mainland China have been in the firing line of a nativist group of protesters. Illustration: Henry Wong

Taking aim at China: why Hong Kong ‘radicals’ have turned on mainland Chinese targets

  • Businesses and people with ties to mainland China have been in the firing line of a nativist group of protesters, observers say
  • But it’s no coincidence to see an ‘anti-China’ sentiment in the city, given various factors from a loss of autonomy to high housing prices, others say

Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Businesses and people with ties to mainland China have been in the firing line of a nativist group of protesters. Illustration: Henry Wong Businesses and people with ties to mainland China have been in the firing line of a nativist group of protesters. Illustration: Henry Wong
Businesses and people with ties to mainland China have been in the firing line of a nativist group of protesters. Illustration: Henry Wong
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