Hong Kong’s older, single emigrants not letting age stand in way of new life in Britain

Sunny Chan* spent the Mid-Autumn Festival in a London park last month having dinner with a friend from Hong Kong.It was his 50-something friend’s first time in Britain, and Chan, 57, who had arrived earlier, was happy to share tips on settling down in a new country.The two men are among thousands who have emigrated since Britain opened a new route to citizenship for Hongkongers in the wake of Beijing’s imposition of a national security law in June last year.But unlike most others their age who…


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