Hong Kong inventor Stark Chan Yik-hei’s reusable mask with photo catalyst coating, an alternative method of surface disinfection, is among innovations sparked by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: May Tse Hong Kong inventor Stark Chan Yik-hei’s reusable mask with photo catalyst coating, an alternative method of surface disinfection, is among innovations sparked by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong inventor Stark Chan Yik-hei’s reusable mask with photo catalyst coating, an alternative method of surface disinfection, is among innovations sparked by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: May Tse

Letters | Coronavirus pandemic shows Hong Kong ways to boost local innovation and technology

  • The Innovation and Technology Bureau can support and certify local projects such as reusable masks, raising awareness of local successes and widening the talent pool by boosting young people’s interest in innovation as a career

Topic |   Hong Kong innovators
Hong Kong inventor Stark Chan Yik-hei’s reusable mask with photo catalyst coating, an alternative method of surface disinfection, is among innovations sparked by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: May Tse Hong Kong inventor Stark Chan Yik-hei’s reusable mask with photo catalyst coating, an alternative method of surface disinfection, is among innovations sparked by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: May Tse
Hong Kong inventor Stark Chan Yik-hei’s reusable mask with photo catalyst coating, an alternative method of surface disinfection, is among innovations sparked by the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: May Tse
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