Boats run along Tai O creek, off Hong Kong’s Lantau Island, in January. The Tai O fishing village is famous for its traditional Chinese stilt-house community. Credit: Martin Williams Boats run along Tai O creek, off Hong Kong’s Lantau Island, in January. The Tai O fishing village is famous for its traditional Chinese stilt-house community. Credit: Martin Williams
Boats run along Tai O creek, off Hong Kong’s Lantau Island, in January. The Tai O fishing village is famous for its traditional Chinese stilt-house community. Credit: Martin Williams
Tourism

Letters | Covid-19 crisis shows why Hong Kong must overhaul its tourism industry

  • Use pandemic relief to encourage travel agencies showing innovation and adaptability, such as by subsidising local tours, but refrain from using travel compensation fund to prop up agencies
  • Hong Kong tourism must focus less on a single market and be less dependent on commission-based shopping

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Boats run along Tai O creek, off Hong Kong’s Lantau Island, in January. The Tai O fishing village is famous for its traditional Chinese stilt-house community. Credit: Martin Williams Boats run along Tai O creek, off Hong Kong’s Lantau Island, in January. The Tai O fishing village is famous for its traditional Chinese stilt-house community. Credit: Martin Williams
Boats run along Tai O creek, off Hong Kong’s Lantau Island, in January. The Tai O fishing village is famous for its traditional Chinese stilt-house community. Credit: Martin Williams
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