Hongkongers who live and work on the mainland are finding themselves caught in the middle over their city’s political crisis. Photo: Robert NgHongkongers who live and work on the mainland are finding themselves caught in the middle over their city’s political crisis. Photo: Robert Ng
Hongkongers who live and work on the mainland are finding themselves caught in the middle over their city’s political crisis. Photo: Robert Ng

Hongkongers living in mainland China say safety and friendships are on the line amid protests

  • They fear speaking their minds about unrest in home city, saying differing opinions are no longer tolerated in Hong Kong
  • Meanwhile, they try to keep mainlanders informed about the real situation
Topic |   Hong Kong protests
Hongkongers who live and work on the mainland are finding themselves caught in the middle over their city’s political crisis. Photo: Robert NgHongkongers who live and work on the mainland are finding themselves caught in the middle over their city’s political crisis. Photo: Robert Ng
Hongkongers who live and work on the mainland are finding themselves caught in the middle over their city’s political crisis. Photo: Robert Ng
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