A “Sleep With You” protest is held at Tamar Park, Admiralty, on July 5 to urge the government to implement rent control in its long-term housing strategy. Photo: Felix Wong A “Sleep With You” protest is held at Tamar Park, Admiralty, on July 5 to urge the government to implement rent control in its long-term housing strategy. Photo: Felix Wong
A “Sleep With You” protest is held at Tamar Park, Admiralty, on July 5 to urge the government to implement rent control in its long-term housing strategy. Photo: Felix Wong

Letters | The trouble with Hong Kong? It’s the hare to China’s tortoise

  • After China’s reform and opening up, Hong Kong found itself napping on the wayside while the mainland slowly but steadily overtook it

Topic |   Hong Kong economy
A “Sleep With You” protest is held at Tamar Park, Admiralty, on July 5 to urge the government to implement rent control in its long-term housing strategy. Photo: Felix Wong A “Sleep With You” protest is held at Tamar Park, Admiralty, on July 5 to urge the government to implement rent control in its long-term housing strategy. Photo: Felix Wong
A “Sleep With You” protest is held at Tamar Park, Admiralty, on July 5 to urge the government to implement rent control in its long-term housing strategy. Photo: Felix Wong
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