Mainland tourists board a bus in Tuen Mun as protesters make their feelings known. Photo: Felix Wong

We don’t want your money: Chinese shoppers told to spend cash elsewhere by frustrated Hongkongers who just want some peace and quiet

  • Tuen Mun protest groups urge tourists to stay at home as anti-mainland sentiment grows
  • Visitors are a ‘nuisance’ who are forcing small businesses out of the area, claims concern group
Topic |   Anti-mainland China sentiments

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Mainland tourists board a bus in Tuen Mun as protesters make their feelings known. Photo: Felix Wong
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Activists say migrants from mainland China are wrongly being blamed for using up Hong Kong’s resources. Photo: Nora Tam

Don’t blame new migrants from mainland China for Hong Kong’s housing and health care woes, rights groups say while calling for race hate law

  • Groups also accuse some local politicians and professionals of playing ‘politics of hatred’
  • Society for Community Organisation says new mainland migrants work hard and do not drain public resources
Topic |   Hong Kong economy

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Activists say migrants from mainland China are wrongly being blamed for using up Hong Kong’s resources. Photo: Nora Tam
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