Where Is Home? Expectations vs. the Unexpected

What constitutes home in the twenty-first century? Dr. Dong WANG (she/her/hers) at the Lower Rhine of Germany looks into the life of the Australian-born/bred, first “native” media man, Tse Tsan Tai (1872-1938), in British Hong Kong. The burning question remains whether people today can still see eye to eye with Tse. Can birthplace be considered home any more?

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