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125,000 Hong Kongers have come to the UK. Where are they?

125,000 have come to Britain. Where are they?

23 September 2023

9:00 AM

23 September 2023

9:00 AM

The Revd Dave Ho Young wasn’t interested in being Chinese when he was growing up. After his parents’ divorce, he was brought up by his British mother in Shropshire, while his Cantonese father moved back to Hong Kong. These days, the Revd’s Chinese heritage plays a bigger part in his life: his evangelical C of E church, St Barnabas in Leeds, has become a gathering place for the city’s newly arrived Hong Kong émigrés.

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