While some Hongkongers are eager to leave the city under the shadow of the new national security law, others are biding their time to see what foreign options emerge. Photo: Sam Tsang While some Hongkongers are eager to leave the city under the shadow of the new national security law, others are biding their time to see what foreign options emerge. Photo: Sam Tsang
While some Hongkongers are eager to leave the city under the shadow of the new national security law, others are biding their time to see what foreign options emerge. Photo: Sam Tsang

‘Exodus’ from Hong Kong? Those who fear national security law mull best offers from welcoming countries

  • Sharp rise in inquiries to migration consultants, with nurses among those most keen to leave
  • Hongkongers take wait-and-see attitude as Britain, Australia open doors to more migrants

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
While some Hongkongers are eager to leave the city under the shadow of the new national security law, others are biding their time to see what foreign options emerge. Photo: Sam Tsang While some Hongkongers are eager to leave the city under the shadow of the new national security law, others are biding their time to see what foreign options emerge. Photo: Sam Tsang
While some Hongkongers are eager to leave the city under the shadow of the new national security law, others are biding their time to see what foreign options emerge. Photo: Sam Tsang
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