Worshippers pack Wong Tai Sin Temple to pray for good luck and prosperity in the Year of the Rooster on the second day of Lunar New Year on Jan 29. Photo:SCMP / Nora Tam Worshippers pack Wong Tai Sin Temple to pray for good luck and prosperity in the Year of the Rooster on the second day of Lunar New Year on Jan 29. Photo:SCMP / Nora Tam
Worshippers pack Wong Tai Sin Temple to pray for good luck and prosperity in the Year of the Rooster on the second day of Lunar New Year on Jan 29. Photo:SCMP / Nora Tam
Peter Guy
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Mind the Gap by Peter Guy

Are policies to make Hong Kong liveable too little, too late to restore city’s competitiveness?

Worshippers pack Wong Tai Sin Temple to pray for good luck and prosperity in the Year of the Rooster on the second day of Lunar New Year on Jan 29. Photo:SCMP / Nora Tam Worshippers pack Wong Tai Sin Temple to pray for good luck and prosperity in the Year of the Rooster on the second day of Lunar New Year on Jan 29. Photo:SCMP / Nora Tam
Worshippers pack Wong Tai Sin Temple to pray for good luck and prosperity in the Year of the Rooster on the second day of Lunar New Year on Jan 29. Photo:SCMP / Nora Tam
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Peter Guy

Peter Guy

Peter Guy is a financial writer and former international banker