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There are discussions on the discrimination against migrants and travellers from Mainland China in Hong Kong over the past few years. The article adopts a comparative law approach to analyse existing antidiscrimination protections in Hong Kong, and discusses in parallel what could be drawn to the legal treatments of subnational / regional discrimination in other jurisdictions, including, among others, Canada, the United Kingdom, the United States, South Korea, and the European Union.
Please refer to the Paper for details.