Ke Holdings, a Chinese online housing firm also known as Beike, announced on Wednesday that it’s planning a dual-primary listing on Hong Kong’s main board by way of introduction. The company’s shares will start trading from May 11 under the stock code “2423,” Beike said in a Thursday filing. Also on Thursday, the US Securities Exchange Commission added more than 80 US-listed Chinese firms, including Beike, to its provisional delisting list targeted at Chinese companies. Beike joins US-listed Chinese companies like Bilibili in adopting a dual-primary listing in Hong Kong rather than considering it a secondary market, as Chinese tech peers have done in the past. This shift underlines how Chinese companies are continuing to give higher priority to the Hong Kong market. [Beike press release]