About us

Hong Kong Independence Party (HKIP) is a non-profit organisation formed in 2014 by Hong Kong expatriates now residing in the EU. It was formally registered as a political party in the United Kingdom in February 2015. HKIP’s main aim is to support the people of Hong Kong in their struggle for self-determination, awakening them to the importance of safe-guarding their unique identity as a national group and helping them in the process of nation-building and returning to the British Commonwealth.

Ever since the UK relinquished British rule in Hong Kong in 1997, China has employed various measures to undermine the autonomy promised to Hong Kong in the Sino-British Joint Declaration, reducing Hongkongers to second-class citizens in their own land. Such measures include moving large numbers of Chinese nationals into Hong Kong, filling key posts in the Hong Kong Government with its own people and engaging in huge and unnecessary infrastructural projects to deplete the financial reserves built up during British rule.

HKIP hopes to draw the world’s attention to the way China has turned its back on the Sino-British Joint Declaration on Hong Kong and how it is undermining Hong Kong’s core values and way of life on a daily basis. We support the people of Hong Kong, as a distinct national group, to seek self-determination and return to the fold of the British Commonwealth.


自1997年香港被中國侵佔後,便成為其殖民地。借助各種殖民手段,包括每日至少被強制接收殖民150人,巧立名目以各種簽證讓數以十萬計的中國人殖民香 港;現在甚至借多項無實際效用的高昂基礎建設企圖淘空由香港人在英治時代以血汗換來的龐大儲備。這些殖民手段根本完全違反《英中聯合聲明》。