While it is still too early to tell how many Hongkongers will seek to emigrate following adoption of the city’s new national security law, five who have made up their mind to do so spoke to the Post about their decisions. Photo: Xiaomei Chen While it is still too early to tell how many Hongkongers will seek to emigrate following adoption of the city’s new national security law, five who have made up their mind to do so spoke to the Post about their decisions. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
While it is still too early to tell how many Hongkongers will seek to emigrate following adoption of the city’s new national security law, five who have made up their mind to do so spoke to the Post about their decisions. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

National security law: five Hong Kong residents on why they are seeking a new life abroad

  • No ‘exodus’ yet despite buzz over emigration following new national security law
  • Five with plans to leave say they want a better future for their children, or more freedom

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
While it is still too early to tell how many Hongkongers will seek to emigrate following adoption of the city’s new national security law, five who have made up their mind to do so spoke to the Post about their decisions. Photo: Xiaomei Chen While it is still too early to tell how many Hongkongers will seek to emigrate following adoption of the city’s new national security law, five who have made up their mind to do so spoke to the Post about their decisions. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
While it is still too early to tell how many Hongkongers will seek to emigrate following adoption of the city’s new national security law, five who have made up their mind to do so spoke to the Post about their decisions. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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