A suggestion to limit consular assistance to Canadians living abroad who hold dual nationality has caused anger in Hong Kong.
The aim of the proposal is to save money by rationing universal assistance for citizens.
It would reduce the largesse and complexity of diplomatic services, a problem identified by bureaucrats.
The idea has upset K.C. Yao, who lived in Toronto for 20 years before moving back to Hong Kong last year.
She is one of an estimated 300,000 Canadian citizens in the city.
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