In the fifth part in a series on Hong Kong’s road ahead, the Post looks at how life has changed for mainland Chinese living, studying and working in protest-hit city. Illustration: Kaliz Lee

Hong Kong unwelcome mat means city’s loss as mainland Chinese look elsewhere

  • Half a year has passed since the city erupted into turmoil, exposing divisions over its future
  • In the fifth part in a series on the road ahead, the Post looks at how life has changed for mainland Chinese living, studying and working in Hong Kong.
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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In the fifth part in a series on Hong Kong’s road ahead, the Post looks at how life has changed for mainland Chinese living, studying and working in protest-hit city. Illustration: Kaliz Lee
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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.