The Shenzhen Bay Port crossing in Hong Kong. Most mainland travellers remain no closer to visiting the city, despite its move to ease travel curbs. Photo: Dickson Lee
The Shenzhen Bay Port crossing in Hong Kong. Most mainland travellers remain no closer to visiting the city, despite its move to ease travel curbs. Photo: Dickson Lee

Feeling left out and stranded: mainland Chinese ask how Hong Kong’s end to hotel quarantine benefits them

  • For most mainlanders, travelling to the city remains frustratingly out of reach and ones who do obtain a visa face seven days of quarantine on the journey back
  • ‘I really want to go there to feel the vibe of the city, but I can’t now, it’s annoying, really annoying,’ says media industry professional Amber Liu

The Shenzhen Bay Port crossing in Hong Kong. Most mainland travellers remain no closer to visiting the city, despite its move to ease travel curbs. Photo: Dickson Lee
The Shenzhen Bay Port crossing in Hong Kong. Most mainland travellers remain no closer to visiting the city, despite its move to ease travel curbs. Photo: Dickson Lee
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