Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters have repeatedly taken over the streets, often clashing violently with police. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Emigration inquiries spike as unending protests drive more families to consider quitting Hong Kong

  • Malaysia, Australia, Canada and Britain are top choices among those seeking help to move since protests began
  • Parents anxious about children’s prospects say ongoing unrest has made them lose hope in Hong Kong’s future
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Hong Kong’s anti-government protesters have repeatedly taken over the streets, often clashing violently with police. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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Queen Elizabeth School opened in Mong Kok in 1954. The school was founded to coincide with Queen Elizabeth’s coronation. Photo: Handout

‘This is our darkest hour’: students at Queen Elizabeth School ask British monarch for help during Hong Kong’s anti-government protest crisis

  • Six students write to Buckingham Palace to ask queen to weigh in on protesters’ demands and allegations of police brutality
  • Principal says action is ‘absolutely irresponsible and unacceptable’, as it involves students in political propaganda
Topic |   Hong Kong schools

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Queen Elizabeth School opened in Mong Kok in 1954. The school was founded to coincide with Queen Elizabeth’s coronation. Photo: Handout
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