A woman walks across Westminster Bridge in London. Between January 31 and the end of June, about 64,900 Hongkongers applied to live in Britain under the BN(O) scheme, according to official figures. Photo: Reuters A woman walks across Westminster Bridge in London. Between January 31 and the end of June, about 64,900 Hongkongers applied to live in Britain under the BN(O) scheme, according to official figures. Photo: Reuters
A woman walks across Westminster Bridge in London. Between January 31 and the end of June, about 64,900 Hongkongers applied to live in Britain under the BN(O) scheme, according to official figures. Photo: Reuters

Bumpy landing: Hong Kong migrants face culture shock in Britain, seek help for isolation, depression, marriage breakdown

  • Mental health woes linked to homesickness, language and cultural barriers, anxiety over future
  • Older migrants miss familiarity of their Hong Kong estates, company of friends and yum cha

Topic |   British National (Overseas) passport
A woman walks across Westminster Bridge in London. Between January 31 and the end of June, about 64,900 Hongkongers applied to live in Britain under the BN(O) scheme, according to official figures. Photo: Reuters A woman walks across Westminster Bridge in London. Between January 31 and the end of June, about 64,900 Hongkongers applied to live in Britain under the BN(O) scheme, according to official figures. Photo: Reuters
A woman walks across Westminster Bridge in London. Between January 31 and the end of June, about 64,900 Hongkongers applied to live in Britain under the BN(O) scheme, according to official figures. Photo: Reuters
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