The new national security law has raised the prospect of a second mass exodus from Hong Kong. Photo: ShutterstockThe new national security law has raised the prospect of a second mass exodus from Hong Kong. Photo: Shutterstock
The new national security law has raised the prospect of a second mass exodus from Hong Kong. Photo: Shutterstock

Home and away: after national security law, Hongkongers contemplate a second exodus

  • With the likes of Britain and the US offering refuge, millions of residents are deciding whether to stay or go as Beijing tightens its grip on the city
  • But as they consider their futures, those who left Hong Kong before the 1997 handover say starting a new life overseas can be far from easy

Topic |   Hong Kong national security law (NSL)
The new national security law has raised the prospect of a second mass exodus from Hong Kong. Photo: ShutterstockThe new national security law has raised the prospect of a second mass exodus from Hong Kong. Photo: Shutterstock
The new national security law has raised the prospect of a second mass exodus from Hong Kong. Photo: Shutterstock
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