Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters with British nationwide abroad (BNO) passports now face a stark alternative.
Do they take the chance, now open to them, to flee to the UK and begin a brand new life?
Or do they keep and proceed to attempt to combat for higher autonomy from China?
The UK relaxed visa guidelines permitting these with colonial-era BNO standing, and their shut household, to pursue a path to UK citizenship.
The transfer was introduced in July final yr in response to a sweeping nationwide safety legislation handed by Beijing, which critics say has been used to silent dissent.
China says the legislation has restored stability to Hong Kong, and referred to as the UK visa scheme a violation of sovereignty and gross interference in its inner affairs.
That is the story of two pro-democracy protesters having to make the choice to remain or to go. Names have been modified to guard their identification.
Produced by: Grace TsoiDirected, filmed and edited by: Wei WangGovernment producer: Rebecca Henschke