The honeymoon of an American couple was cut short when the US Embassy in Hong Kong told them they were being sent home.
The couple, from Long Beach, California, who live in a four-bedroom house in the heart of the city, were given a letter from the embassy saying they were not welcome back.
They have since moved out and Mr Hui said they had been told their visas were expired and that their passports would be returned to them.
“I feel like I’m the only person here who is a US citizen,” he said.
“They’ve just told me I’ve been here for five years, but they’ve never explained why.”
The only time I’ve ever seen them was at the border when we were trying to get to Canada.
“It’s like they’re saying you’re a terrorist, and that you’re doing this for money, but if you have a job, they’re not going to be able to come and see you.”
Mr Hui, who is working as a teacher in the US, said the embassy has been pressuring him to go to Canada as soon as possible.
“We’re being told that our visas are expired, but it’s not true,” he added.
“You can’t come here and try to get a job and you’re being asked to stay.”
That’s a real problem.
“How are we going to make this work?”