The Hong Kong high speed rail station in West Kowloon. Despite the controversy over its birth, the co-location arrangement for immigration facilities works smoothly. Photo: Roy Issa
Mike Rowse
Opinion

Opinion

Mike Rowse

Lessons from my high-speed train trip to Beijing: Hong Kong is in danger of falling behind

  • Hong Kong needs to examine its resistance to change and truly open up the doors to competition, whether in ride-hailing or to foreign doctors
  • More pan-democrats need to receive their home-return permits to see the mainland’s progress for themselves

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The Hong Kong high speed rail station in West Kowloon. Despite the controversy over its birth, the co-location arrangement for immigration facilities works smoothly. Photo: Roy Issa
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