Thousands of professionals from mainland China have been drawn to the city but a summer of unrest has left many questioning the protests and their own place in Hong Kong. Illustration: Perry Tse

Hong Kong protests: young, educated mainland Chinese are questioning their place in the city

  • In a series of in-depth articles on the unrest rocking Hong Kong, the Post goes behind the headlines to look at the underlying issues, current state of affairs and where it is all heading
  • Here we look at how the city has drawn thousands of professionals from mainland China (gangpiao) but a summer of unrest has left many questioning the protests and their own place in Hong Kong
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Thousands of professionals from mainland China have been drawn to the city but a summer of unrest has left many questioning the protests and their own place in Hong Kong. Illustration: Perry Tse
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Kristin Huang

Kristin Huang

Kristin Huang is a senior China reporter, who focuses on diplomacy and defence. She joined the Post in 2016 and previously reported for China Review News Agency. Kristin is interested in security in northeast Asia and China's growing military might.