Low-income Hong Kong residents on Sunday shared their stories of frustration with being unable to help sick family members in mainland China. Photo: May Tse
Low-income Hong Kong residents on Sunday shared their stories of frustration with being unable to help sick family members in mainland China. Photo: May Tse

Separated from sick family members, Hong Kong’s poorest ask why business travellers should visit mainland China before they do

  • Quarantine too expensive for many to cross border, local NGO says, urging government to use half of initial travel quota for reuniting families
  • City leader Carrie Lam has previously said business community will take priority when border gradually reopens, something expected to take place after coming Legco poll

Topic |   Hong Kong and mainland China border reopening
Low-income Hong Kong residents on Sunday shared their stories of frustration with being unable to help sick family members in mainland China. Photo: May Tse
Low-income Hong Kong residents on Sunday shared their stories of frustration with being unable to help sick family members in mainland China. Photo: May Tse
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