View Poll Results: Stay or Leave Hong Kong

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  • Planning to leave in 1-2 years

    74 34.26%
  • Planning to leave in 3-5 years

    42 19.44%
  • No plan at the moment

    73 33.80%
  • HK is my Home, will stay forever

    27 12.50%
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[Poll] Stay or Leave Hong Kong

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  1. #201
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    They = the PAP / Singaporean government, or the Singaporean populace?

  2. #202

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  3. #203

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    True. Very difficult to get a job in Singapore if not local resident. Plenty of good jobs available but not so inclined to foreigners unless the position is really high up.

  4. #204

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    Nov 2017
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    No plan at the moment for me. No choice. Hopefully won't lose my job because I definitely don't wanna go back where I came from.

    Coolboy likes this.

  5. #205

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    Sep 2015
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    How about a poll “if you plan to leave where do you plan to go?” USA Canada U.K. Europe Australia Singapore Taiwan Japan etc ??


  6. #206

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    Sep 2015
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    Where do u come from?


  7. #207

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    The plan to move to the UK next year is definitely in the SHITTER
    Will have to wait for the Economy to get better.


  8. #208
    Quote Originally Posted by chuckster007:
    The plan to move to the UK next year is definitely in the SHITTER
    Will have to wait for the Economy to get better.
    2032 then.

  9. #209
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    Singapore actually just recently relaxed many border restrictions. It sounds much easier to get into than HK for arrival from much of the Asia-Pacific region:

    https://www.scmp.com/week-asia/healt...l-restrictions

    Singapore's lockdowns initially failed to account for its crowded migrant worker dorms, much like HK failed to account for conditions for domestic servants in between visas. But unlike Singapore, these were smaller and less permanent facilities in HK, and thus posed fewer problems. Hence the ongoing case disparity, most likely.

  10. #210

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    Jun 2007
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    Ex Sai Kunger Sunny Qld for now
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicolaas20:
    No plan at the moment for me. No choice. Hopefully won't lose my job because I definitely don't wanna go back where I came from.
    I’m curious too, where are you from that was so bad ?
    Last edited by Skyhook; 24-08-2020 at 05:39 AM.