Highly skilled mainland Chinese residents have been coming to Hong Kong, but many will not stay long, a study has found. Photo: Sun Yeung
Highly skilled mainland Chinese residents have been coming to Hong Kong, but many will not stay long, a study has found. Photo: Sun Yeung

Hong Kong faces brain drain of highly skilled mainland Chinese arrivals, Baptist University study warns

  • Government must work to retain talent arriving from the mainland which is increasingly highly educated and well paid, researchers say
  • Social workers report many mainland migrants encounter discrimination in the city, urge officials to run integration programmes

Highly skilled mainland Chinese residents have been coming to Hong Kong, but many will not stay long, a study has found. Photo: Sun Yeung
Highly skilled mainland Chinese residents have been coming to Hong Kong, but many will not stay long, a study has found. Photo: Sun Yeung
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