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Nam Pin Wai, a so-called "indigenous village" — where residents' ancestors predated British colonial rule of Hong Kong — is steps away from the Yuen Long metro station. Nam Pin Wai is where assailants retreated after beating anti-government protesters in the station on July 21. Emily Feng/NPR hide caption

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Hong Kong's 'Indigenous' Villages Mirror Tensions Of An Increasingly Divided City

Indigenous villages, whose residents' ancestors predated British colonial rule, tend to be sympathetic to Beijing. But over the years, waves of new residents have brought different political beliefs.

Nam Pin Wai, a so-called "indigenous village" — where residents' ancestors predated British colonial rule of Hong Kong — is steps away from the Yuen Long metro station. Nam Pin Wai is where assailants retreated after beating anti-government protesters in the station on July 21. Emily Feng/NPR hide caption

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Hong Kong's 'Indigenous' Villages Mirror Tensions Of An Increasingly Divided City

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