Hongkongers flock to APM shopping centre to watch a live screening of local swimmer Siobhan Haughey winning silver at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Hongkongers flock to APM shopping centre to watch a live screening of local swimmer Siobhan Haughey winning silver at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Hongkongers flock to APM shopping centre to watch a live screening of local swimmer Siobhan Haughey winning silver at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: K. Y. Cheng

Tokyo Olympic Games successes rekindle Hong Kong’s pride in identity, but anti-mainland China sentiment comes through too

  • Euphoric residents celebrate city’s identity after two years of frustration, dejectedness for some
  • Strong anti-mainland sentiment ‘a way to express frustration’ over city’s political overhaul

Topic |   Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games
Hongkongers flock to APM shopping centre to watch a live screening of local swimmer Siobhan Haughey winning silver at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: K. Y. Cheng Hongkongers flock to APM shopping centre to watch a live screening of local swimmer Siobhan Haughey winning silver at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
Hongkongers flock to APM shopping centre to watch a live screening of local swimmer Siobhan Haughey winning silver at the Tokyo Olympics. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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