Standing on the hill in Hong Kong's Lo Wu area to overlook the skylines of Shenzhen on 13 November, 2018, the once rural village became one of the largest and most modern cities of China. Photo: SCMP/ LEA LI
David Dodwell
Opinion

Opinion

Inside Out by David Dodwell

Turn down a seat at the Greater Bay’s US$1.5 trillion feast? That timidity is very unlike Hong Kong’s entrepreneurial spirit

  • We would not be asking for favours, but pointing to the changes that would add to the strength and dynamism of the hole region, just as they did for Hong Kong
  • There is a fringe minority - let’s call them “Hexiters” - who seek to keep the Greater Bay Area at arm’s length

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Standing on the hill in Hong Kong's Lo Wu area to overlook the skylines of Shenzhen on 13 November, 2018, the once rural village became one of the largest and most modern cities of China. Photo: SCMP/ LEA LI
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