A singer, a volunteer medic and WSJ reporters show us how a new Hong Kong identity is being forged as the city’s window of autonomy closes.
By Wall Street Journal
After six months of protests—punctuated by clashes between police and demonstrators—nobody knows what the future holds for Hong Kong as a place to live and a financial hub. The clock is ticking: China’s grip will tighten as 2047 nears and the city’s unique freedoms expire. Photo credit: Visualtraveling