Hong Kong protesters: Mainland Chinese scapegoated

Mainland Chinese in Hong Kong increasingly singled out as both sides' pro- and anti-China sentiment hardens.

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    As Hong Kong braces for more anti-government demonstrations, many mainland Chinese living in the self-governing territory say they are increasingly bearing the brunt of the protesters' ire.

    And as the violence looks set to get worse, some mainland Chinese are actually considering moving out of Hong Kong.

    Al Jazeera's Adrian Brown reports from Hong Kong.


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