Hong Kong Hustle Is Heating Up Canada

In 1983, P. K. Lui was a shining example of the entrepreneurial energy that's legendary in the British colony of Hong Kong. His five-year-old business making battery chargers for Panasonic Co. and components for IBM PCs was booming. Then came the news that Hong Kong would be ruled by Beijing after 1997. Worried about Hong Kong's future under communist rule, the mainland-born Lui made the toughest decision of his life: to emigrate with his wife and young children.

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