A view of Shenzhen, one of the 11 southern cities, including Hong Kong and Macau, making up the Greater Bay Area megalopolis, a hi-tech innovation and economic hub that aims to rival California’s Silicon Valley by 2035. Photo: Martin Chan A view of Shenzhen, one of the 11 southern cities, including Hong Kong and Macau, making up the Greater Bay Area megalopolis, a hi-tech innovation and economic hub that aims to rival California’s Silicon Valley by 2035. Photo: Martin Chan
A view of Shenzhen, one of the 11 southern cities, including Hong Kong and Macau, making up the Greater Bay Area megalopolis, a hi-tech innovation and economic hub that aims to rival California’s Silicon Valley by 2035. Photo: Martin Chan

Letters | China work experience will mean brain gain, not brain drain, for Hong Kong youth

  • Young Hongkongers who work in mainland China will come back richer in experience, as the tens of thousands who have worked and lived in the Greater Bay Area have found. Mainland work experience is an asset

Topic |   Greater Bay Area
A view of Shenzhen, one of the 11 southern cities, including Hong Kong and Macau, making up the Greater Bay Area megalopolis, a hi-tech innovation and economic hub that aims to rival California’s Silicon Valley by 2035. Photo: Martin Chan A view of Shenzhen, one of the 11 southern cities, including Hong Kong and Macau, making up the Greater Bay Area megalopolis, a hi-tech innovation and economic hub that aims to rival California’s Silicon Valley by 2035. Photo: Martin Chan
A view of Shenzhen, one of the 11 southern cities, including Hong Kong and Macau, making up the Greater Bay Area megalopolis, a hi-tech innovation and economic hub that aims to rival California’s Silicon Valley by 2035. Photo: Martin Chan
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