Mainland Chinese tourists at a shopping area in Tsim Sha Tsui on 26 September 2017. Visitors from China made up 76 per cent of the 58.5 million tourist arrivals in Hong Kong last year. Most came to shop for products and services that are unavailable in China, or which cost many times more. Photo: SCMP/ Felix Wong

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Mainland Chinese tourists at a shopping area in Tsim Sha Tsui on 26 September 2017. Visitors from China made up 76 per cent of the 58.5 million tourist arrivals in Hong Kong last year. Most came to shop for products and services that are unavailable in China, or which cost many times more. Photo: SCMP/ Felix Wong
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Lam Ka-sing

Lam Ka-sing

Lam Ka-sing is a business reporter who covers property affairs and results. He joined the Post in 2017 and has a degree in international journalism from Hong Kong Baptist University.

Zheng Yangpeng

Zheng Yangpeng

Zheng Yangpeng is a business reporter at the Post, covering China property, banking and finance. He previously worked for China Daily, joining the Post in 2016. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Communication from Peking University, and a Master's Degree in Global Business Journalism from Tsinghua University.