I'm in a very expat building, in a very expat area and every day I hear of more and more people moving out. Some have been fired but most work for companies who are relocating their head offices to places that offer better opportunities, are cheaper to live in etc. Places like Singapore, Shanghai, some are even 'going back home' so that they have no Asian based headquarters, prefering to have the whole team in Europe. (as an example)
Am keen to hear people's thoughts on where HK will be in say, 2 years time, what it will look like (demographic profile) and what HK could do to stop the flow of quality businesses moving on.
I for one think it would be great if HK offered permanent residency after say a few years, not 7. I think HK also needs to tackle lifestyle issues, like pollution, lack of green spaces (that people can actually use- not just look at or hike through) traffic.
Anyway, go for it.