The first time was before and after the Sino-British negotiations in 1984. Hong Kong people were worried that after the handover of sovereignty of Hong Kong, the inherent political system and life would be greatly impacted, so the idea of immigrating was born. The average number of immigrants is about 20,000 per year.
The second time was around the handover popular database of Hong Kong sovereignty in 1997, but after 2000, the number of immigrants gradually decreased and stabilized. The article is reproduced with the authorization of the author, see the author's blog for the original text . Responsible editor: Alvin Review editor: Alex [Join a member of Key Comments Network]
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