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

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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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Kristin Huang

Kristin Huang

Kristin Huang is a senior China reporter, who focuses on diplomacy and defence. She joined the Post in 2016 and previously reported for China Review News Agency. Kristin is interested in security in northeast Asia and China's growing military might.

William Zheng

William Zheng

William Zheng is a veteran journalist who has served and led major Hong Kong and Singapore media organizations in his 20-year career, covering greater China. He is now deputy China Editor of the South China Morning Post.