Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung poses with two students (centre) who job-shadowed him for a day at the Hong Kong Book Fair in July 2018. Photo: Kimmy Chung

Hong Kong’s youth and SMEs would both benefit from a government-sponsored internship programme

  • Our education system isn’t giving students the job experience they need while SMEs struggle to find the right staff, especially those with digital skills
  • A talent cultivation programme connecting students to positions and training SMEs to work with them could be the answer
Topic |   Jobs

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Chief Secretary Matthew Cheung poses with two students (centre) who job-shadowed him for a day at the Hong Kong Book Fair in July 2018. Photo: Kimmy Chung
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Thousands of professionals from mainland China have been drawn to the city but a summer of unrest has left many questioning the protests and their own place in Hong Kong. Illustration: Perry Tse

Hong Kong protests: young, educated mainland Chinese are questioning their place in the city

  • In a series of in-depth articles on the unrest rocking Hong Kong, the Post goes behind the headlines to look at the underlying issues, current state of affairs and where it is all heading
  • Here we look at how the city has drawn thousands of professionals from mainland China (gangpiao) but a summer of unrest has left many questioning the protests and their own place in Hong Kong
Topic |   Hong Kong protests

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Thousands of professionals from mainland China have been drawn to the city but a summer of unrest has left many questioning the protests and their own place in Hong Kong. Illustration: Perry Tse
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