In this picture taken on May 24, 2017, Ken, a 27-year-old builder, poses while wearing a T-shirt with a British national flag design as he waits for his bus after work in Hong Kong. When asked whether he prefers Hong Kong before or after the 1997 handover from British to Chinese rule, he replied, "I miss the times before 1997. Now high house prices, many mainland Chinese people in Hong Kong."
From its rattling trams and racecourses to its legal system and the ubiquitous consumption of Spam, Britain's colonial legacy still resonates through Hong Kong. But almost 20 years since the city was handed back to China under a deal that made it semi-autonomous, colonial emblems have become a symbol of protest. / AFP PHOTO / Anthony WALLACE / TO GO WITH Hong Kong-China-Britain-politics-history-culture-handover, FEATURE by Laura MANNERING (Photo credit should read ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)