As Hong Kong moves on from its colonial past, it may need to ask questions about its new identity. Photo: Felix Wong
Justin Bong-Kwan
Opinion

Opinion

Justin Bong-Kwan

How Britain’s capitalist experiment has shaped Hong Kong’s attitudes and values, from education to health care and urban planning

  • Under the British, a policy of laissez-faire capitalism plus the strong Chinese work ethic made the dreams of Hongkongers a reality. Today, however, the endless toil is taking its toll as the city struggles to safeguard the wider public interest

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As Hong Kong moves on from its colonial past, it may need to ask questions about its new identity. Photo: Felix Wong
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