(Bloomberg) — Crystal Lau’s parents fled mainland China for Hong Kong when she was a child. Thirty years later, she and her husband, Davy, took an extended trip. They are building a new house in the city of Sheffield, in the north of England, where they have set up a food delivery business.

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