Jobseekers at a career fair at a shopping centre in Lam Tin, in the Kwun Tong area of Hong Kong. If Hongkongers don’t see the future benefits of the Greater Bay Area, it will be their loss. Photo: Nora Tam Jobseekers at a career fair at a shopping centre in Lam Tin, in the Kwun Tong area of Hong Kong. If Hongkongers don’t see the future benefits of the Greater Bay Area, it will be their loss. Photo: Nora Tam
Jobseekers at a career fair at a shopping centre in Lam Tin, in the Kwun Tong area of Hong Kong. If Hongkongers don’t see the future benefits of the Greater Bay Area, it will be their loss. Photo: Nora Tam

Letters | Young Hong Kong people will lose out if they let China stereotypes rule their lives

  • Most youngsters who do not wish to work across the border feel that way because they cannot see beyond the negative stereotypes
  • While the government can help to acquaint the youth with life on the mainland, they should also stop making excuses for not venturing north

Topic |   Greater Bay Area
Jobseekers at a career fair at a shopping centre in Lam Tin, in the Kwun Tong area of Hong Kong. If Hongkongers don’t see the future benefits of the Greater Bay Area, it will be their loss. Photo: Nora Tam Jobseekers at a career fair at a shopping centre in Lam Tin, in the Kwun Tong area of Hong Kong. If Hongkongers don’t see the future benefits of the Greater Bay Area, it will be their loss. Photo: Nora Tam
Jobseekers at a career fair at a shopping centre in Lam Tin, in the Kwun Tong area of Hong Kong. If Hongkongers don’t see the future benefits of the Greater Bay Area, it will be their loss. Photo: Nora Tam
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