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Who is leaving HK, Anecdotal Evidence - Part 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    This wiki page has not been updated... It does seem to indicate that we have at a min 10K students crossing the borders, or enrolled in HK from across the road..
    There were 27k cross-border students enrolled in HK last year.

    https://www.news.gov.hk/eng/2020/05/...94659_421.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by David4Maths:
    @qhank "tens of thousands" unless you have data to dispute it I will call you on this. Several thousand maybe. A couple of thousand, more likely.
    https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/...ed-27000-cross

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    Things are so bad that even Chugani has left HK:

    https://www.hkcnews.com/article/4911...p-my-pen-again

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    Not Chugani! There are far better shining examples of journalists and media people who have left.


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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    Not Chugani! There are far better shining examples of journalists and media people who have left.
    Chuggars was quite pro-integration for quite a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shri:
    Not Chugani! There are far better shining examples of journalists and media people who have left.
    Why such dislike of him? I think he did decently well in some of the "hard talks" on TV. I haven't followed it closely but watched from time to time. The few times I watched hard talk since he left, I mean they can just close down the programme or rename it pillow talk..
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobRoy:
    Why such dislike of him? I think he did decently well in some of the "hard talks" on TV. I haven't followed it closely but watched from time to time. The few times I watched hard talk since he left, I mean they can just close down the programme or rename it pillow talk..
    His "hard talk" was more of a "soft talk" of the shoe shine variety.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobRoy:
    Why such dislike of him? I think he did decently well in some of the "hard talks" on TV. I haven't followed it closely but watched from time to time. The few times I watched hard talk since he left, I mean they can just close down the programme or rename it pillow talk..
    Flip flop... went over the "protestor" side after his brother got smurfed. His brother is a representative of the local-old-time Indian business community who are well known for doing whatever it takes to not create waves.

    And don't get me started on Vines...

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