The Sham Chun river marking the border between Shenzhen (left) and Hong Kong, whose future survival and prosperity will depend more and more on being successfully integrated with the rest of the mainland economy, and increasingly, politically as well. Photo: Bloomberg The Sham Chun river marking the border between Shenzhen (left) and Hong Kong, whose future survival and prosperity will depend more and more on being successfully integrated with the rest of the mainland economy, and increasingly, politically as well. Photo: Bloomberg
The Sham Chun river marking the border between Shenzhen (left) and Hong Kong, whose future survival and prosperity will depend more and more on being successfully integrated with the rest of the mainland economy, and increasingly, politically as well. Photo: Bloomberg
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Hong Kong’s future lies in further integration with Greater Bay Area

  • It is not about, as anti-China critics claim, Hong Kong becoming ‘just another mainland city’, but one that knows how to take advantage of its special connections and expertise with the mainland

The Sham Chun river marking the border between Shenzhen (left) and Hong Kong, whose future survival and prosperity will depend more and more on being successfully integrated with the rest of the mainland economy, and increasingly, politically as well. Photo: Bloomberg The Sham Chun river marking the border between Shenzhen (left) and Hong Kong, whose future survival and prosperity will depend more and more on being successfully integrated with the rest of the mainland economy, and increasingly, politically as well. Photo: Bloomberg
The Sham Chun river marking the border between Shenzhen (left) and Hong Kong, whose future survival and prosperity will depend more and more on being successfully integrated with the rest of the mainland economy, and increasingly, politically as well. Photo: Bloomberg
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