Many young Hongkongers have mixed feelings towards their mainland compatriots. Photo: Robert Ng

Hong Kong protests to Uygur camps: how Chinese students became a subject of scorn

  • Campus confrontations have erupted from Canada to New Zealand as mainland Chinese students react, sometimes violently, to public scrutiny of Beijing’s policies
  • Such conflict is likely to persist as Chinese diplomatic missions support robust rebuttals to those who disagree with China’s stance
Topic |   Chinese overseas

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Many young Hongkongers have mixed feelings towards their mainland compatriots. Photo: Robert Ng
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Crystal Tai

Crystal Tai

Crystal covers business trends and cultural criticism, with a special focus on Northeast Asia, for the Asia desk. Before joining the SCMP, she contributed to Quartz, i-D Magazine, Monocle, Wallpaper, Lonely Planet and other publications. Her broadcast commentary has been featured on BBC Radio, CGTN and other media.

John Power

John Power

John Power joined the Post in 2018 after nearly a decade as a journalist in the Asia region. He is a reporter for Asia Desk and This Week in Asia, with a special focus on Korean affairs.