Hong Kong opposition lawmaker Claudia Mo holds a yellow umbrella on her way to hand in her resignation letter in protest over the disqualification of four legislators by China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee. Photo: dpa
Hong Kong opposition lawmaker Claudia Mo holds a yellow umbrella on her way to hand in her resignation letter in protest over the disqualification of four legislators by China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee. Photo: dpa

Canada woos Hong Kong students amid China crackdown

  • Immigration minister cites Beijing’s recent move to disqualify elected legislators in city as he unveils new rules for easier path to permanent residency
  • Recent university graduates from Hong Kong can apply to work in Canada, while process to bring family members over will be accelerated

Hong Kong opposition lawmaker Claudia Mo holds a yellow umbrella on her way to hand in her resignation letter in protest over the disqualification of four legislators by China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee. Photo: dpa
Hong Kong opposition lawmaker Claudia Mo holds a yellow umbrella on her way to hand in her resignation letter in protest over the disqualification of four legislators by China’s National People’s Congress Standing Committee. Photo: dpa
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