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March 2017 - 20 Years Later

Losing Hongkongers’ Hearts

Hongkonger's sense of identity and the extent to which they consider themselves to be Chinese have changed in the 20 years since the handover. We talk to those born at pivotal moments in Hong Kong's recent history - 1967, 1984 and 1997 - and ask how the experiences of their formative years have affected how they see China.

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