Ai-Men Lau is seen on the Star Ferry in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour in 2000. Now 27, Lau advocates for the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement in Canada. Photo: Handout/Ai-Men Lau Ai-Men Lau is seen on the Star Ferry in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour in 2000. Now 27, Lau advocates for the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement in Canada. Photo: Handout/Ai-Men Lau
Ai-Men Lau is seen on the Star Ferry in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour in 2000. Now 27, Lau advocates for the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement in Canada. Photo: Handout/Ai-Men Lau

These Canadians say they will never return to Hong Kong, amid dual citizenship debate

  • Dual citizens in Canada who fear Hong Kong’s national security law navigate a complicated legal and emotional landscape
  • Some have not been to Hong Kong for years, while others fled the city fearing for their life or liberty amid the recent political upheaval

Topic |   Hong Kong politics
Ai-Men Lau is seen on the Star Ferry in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour in 2000. Now 27, Lau advocates for the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement in Canada. Photo: Handout/Ai-Men Lau Ai-Men Lau is seen on the Star Ferry in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour in 2000. Now 27, Lau advocates for the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement in Canada. Photo: Handout/Ai-Men Lau
Ai-Men Lau is seen on the Star Ferry in Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbour in 2000. Now 27, Lau advocates for the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement in Canada. Photo: Handout/Ai-Men Lau
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