‘Same, same but different’: representations of Chinese mainland and Hong Kong people in the press in post-1997 Hong Kong

@article{Lin2021SameSB,
  title={‘Same, same but different’: representations of Chinese mainland and Hong Kong people in the press in post-1997 Hong Kong},
  author={Yuting Lin and Meilin Chen and John Flowerdew},
  journal={Critical Discourse Studies},
  year={2021},
  pages={1-20}
}
After Hong Kong’s return to Chinese Sovereignty in 1997, the terms ‘mainlander’ and ‘Hongkonger’ have been widely used by English-language media in Hong Kong to differentiate between people from th... 

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