A news report on President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on a gigantic screen in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg A news report on President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on a gigantic screen in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
A news report on President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on a gigantic screen in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
Ken Chu
Opinion

Opinion

Ken Chu

Hong Kong still has a place in Beijing’s grand reform plans for Shenzhen

  • To stay at the forefront of China’s miraculous rise, Hong Kong has to identify its unique strengths and adapt. For example, the central government is forging ahead with the trial launch of a digital currency in Shenzhen, and Hong Kong can contribute

A news report on President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on a gigantic screen in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg A news report on President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on a gigantic screen in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
A news report on President Xi Jinping’s speech in Shenzhen is shown on a gigantic screen in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
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