Commuters walk through the Central MTR station in Hong Kong on February 18, as Covid-related social distancing measures were partially relaxed. Photo: Bloomberg Commuters walk through the Central MTR station in Hong Kong on February 18, as Covid-related social distancing measures were partially relaxed. Photo: Bloomberg
Commuters walk through the Central MTR station in Hong Kong on February 18, as Covid-related social distancing measures were partially relaxed. Photo: Bloomberg

Letters | Next Hong Kong leader will need more than patriotism to help city shine again

  • The next chief executive must be proactive, not reactive, with the capacity to reposition the city and recognise the fact that its incomparable DNA lies in its profound history of interaction between East and West

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Commuters walk through the Central MTR station in Hong Kong on February 18, as Covid-related social distancing measures were partially relaxed. Photo: Bloomberg Commuters walk through the Central MTR station in Hong Kong on February 18, as Covid-related social distancing measures were partially relaxed. Photo: Bloomberg
Commuters walk through the Central MTR station in Hong Kong on February 18, as Covid-related social distancing measures were partially relaxed. Photo: Bloomberg
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