The mainland should develop a policy to engage Hong Kong people in nation-building as well as on the international stage. Illustration: Craig StephensThe mainland should develop a policy to engage Hong Kong people in nation-building as well as on the international stage. Illustration: Craig Stephens
The mainland should develop a policy to engage Hong Kong people in nation-building as well as on the international stage. Illustration: Craig Stephens

Hong Kong has a role to play in creating the ‘Chinese dream’ – if it can tread the middle ground

Christine Loh says Hong Kong has had a symbiotic relationship with the mainland for decades. Now, as a part of China with a unique history, the city must reflect on how its role in nation-building can evolve

The mainland should develop a policy to engage Hong Kong people in nation-building as well as on the international stage. Illustration: Craig StephensThe mainland should develop a policy to engage Hong Kong people in nation-building as well as on the international stage. Illustration: Craig Stephens
The mainland should develop a policy to engage Hong Kong people in nation-building as well as on the international stage. Illustration: Craig Stephens
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