Hong Kong remains the top option for China’s richest people to invest overseas and outside the mainland thanks to its proximity, low tax rate, similar cultural environment and convenience to invest globally, said a survey by consulting firm Bain & Co.
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A patient with facial paralysis receives moxibustion treatment at Jinan Chinese Medicine Hospital in Jinan, Shandong. Photo: Xinhua
A woman undergoes moxibustion treatment at a Chinese traditional medicine hospital in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province. Photo: Xinhua
A patient suffering from facial paralysis undergoes acupuncture treatment at a Chinese traditional medicine hospital in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province. Photo: Reuters
Children undergo treatment with moxibustion boxes at a hospital in Qingdao, Shandong province. Moxibustion uses the heat from burning mugwort to treat many conditions. Photos: Xinhua, EPA
A Hong Kong man receives his regular bee sting treatment. The sting and its venom are said to bring out toxins within the body and also stimulate the body’s immune system. Photos: AFP