‘This is my home, I want to be here’: Hong Kong’s ethnic minority protesters on identity and belonging

Beneath the surface of any Hong Kong protest lies the question of identity. Pro-democracy and anti-extradition protesters often use elements of local culture, like language and humour, to distinguish the city from mainland China. But what about the city’s some 580,000 ethnic minority residents? The exclusion non-ethnically Chinese Hongkongers experience belies the city’s reputation as […]