People cross the street at a busy intersection in Causeway Bay in November 2012. Hong Kong’s emigration could rise dramatically if the government fails to address key livelihood and quality of life issues. Photo: AFP
Bernard Chan
Opinion

Opinion

Bernard Chan

Hong Kong is one of the world’s best places to live and work – but for how much longer?

  • Bernard Chan says fears of a Hong Kong brain drain are overblown. The city’s long life expectancy, high education levels and low crime rate are just some of the advantages it offers residents, but key livelihood issues have become a concern

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People cross the street at a busy intersection in Causeway Bay in November 2012. Hong Kong’s emigration could rise dramatically if the government fails to address key livelihood and quality of life issues. Photo: AFP
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