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www.theatlantic.com: Hong Kongers, Don’t Idolize the U.K.

Read Full Article Here: https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/09/hong-kongers-dont-idolize-the-uk/616407/

Read: Hong Kong is a colony once moreThe U.K. has not yet explained how it will accommodate mass migration amid struggles with Brexit negotiations, COVID-19, budget cuts, and a shrinking economy.

Everywhere I go in Hong Kong, I notice hints of colonial rule.

Although the U.K. may be more politically stable than Hong Kong, I know that it isn’t the welcoming place many Hong Kongers seem to think it is.

I was born in 1989 in London to Hong Kong immigrants.

An estimated 503,800 people left Hong Kong from 1987 to 1996, and by 2011 some 111,733 people born in Hong Kong were living in the U.K.

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