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. #221

    Join Date
    May 2011
    Sai Kung

  2. #222

    Join Date
    Nov 2006
    Quote Originally Posted by ByeByeEngland:
    And my nephew working as an architect in London for more than 10 years has been complaining he cannot afford an apartment there, and still pushing for his parents for more money to help him get his first unit.
    I've been telling him for a few years to start small, and climb the ladder step by step, like how we did it many years ago. He's just too picky with his choices. And this cash rush from HK together with the stamp duty relief will help Boris Johnson to stabilize the property price softened by Brexit.

  3. #223

    Join Date
    Mar 2009
    Hong Kong
    Original Post Deleted
    Can't argue that Beijing is the top priority here. There are some rich Hong Kongers that the government cares about, but if Beijing told Carrie Lam to lock them up and take their money (another cultural revolution?)... she would do it without question.
    TheBrit, Gatts and AsianXpat0 like this.

  4. #224

    Join Date
    Dec 2003
    Quote Originally Posted by SZ1:
    I can see why people are discontented with their governments, but claiming the HK govt doesn't give a fuck to the people is really too strong which I cannot agree. I'd say both HK/SG governments are run by civil servants. Both govts are not monarchy, not military, not from a special class, not politicians, and best of all not corrupted. From top to bottom are people just like you and I, trying to do a job for a salary.
    Why are you still talking as if HK rules itself?