Under the so-called one-way permit scheme, up to 150 mainland Chinese can settle in Hong Kong every day. Photo: Bloomberg Under the so-called one-way permit scheme, up to 150 mainland Chinese can settle in Hong Kong every day. Photo: Bloomberg
Under the so-called one-way permit scheme, up to 150 mainland Chinese can settle in Hong Kong every day. Photo: Bloomberg

Hong Kong property tycoon calls for cut in quota of mainland Chinese settling in city to ease cross-border tensions

  • Idea was contained in a report put forward by Adam Kwok, executive director of Sun Hung Kai Properties, to mainland cadres in Guangdong province
  • Kwok said rise of localism and misunderstandings among local youths on mainland system had made them more reluctant to integrate into the Greater Bay Area

Topic |   Greater Bay Area
Under the so-called one-way permit scheme, up to 150 mainland Chinese can settle in Hong Kong every day. Photo: Bloomberg Under the so-called one-way permit scheme, up to 150 mainland Chinese can settle in Hong Kong every day. Photo: Bloomberg
Under the so-called one-way permit scheme, up to 150 mainland Chinese can settle in Hong Kong every day. Photo: Bloomberg
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