To mainland Chinese ‘Hong Kong drifters’, the allure of becoming a permanent resident in the city is fading

Jia Jia works at a recruitment firm in Hong Kong and flies home once every two to three months. She moved to the city to pursue further studies in social work at Chinese University, believing the city …
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