Nor I, but then I won’t be one of those who will be demonstrating about the levels of unemployment while we’re importing 3 million immigrants, or protesting about houses being built in my back yard, or complaining that I never hear English spoken on the street anymore. Etc., etc.,For some reason I have no screaming alarm bells with this Statement today.
I do realise we would have difficulties accomodating, educating children of, building extra hospitals for - a large influx of HK immigrants. Even spread over an extended period.
But I would far rather have them than the same number from other areas of the Commonwealth or N. Africa or ME.
Hong Kong'ers understand our concept of democracy, value it and won't abuse it.