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China tells foreign consulates in Hong Kong to provide personal data of all local staff

  • The Chinese government has requested personal information from all locally hired staff at foreign consulates in Hong Kong, including job titles, residential addresses, and identity card numbers.
  • This move aligns Hong Kong's rules with those in mainland China, where Chinese employees of foreign embassies and consulates are already required to provide such information. There are concerns about potential consequences for local staff who refuse to comply with this request.
  • The collection of this data could be used by other authorities in managing the presence of these staff engaged by foreign missions in Hong Kong.
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