Civil servants at Hong Kong government headquarters, before work-from-home measures took effect amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The city’s civil service has its practices grounded in the British colonial era and they differ markedly from those on the mainland. Photo: Nora Tam
Civil servants at Hong Kong government headquarters, before work-from-home measures took effect amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The city’s civil service has its practices grounded in the British colonial era and they differ markedly from those on the mainland. Photo: Nora Tam
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Hong Kong civil service moves to benefit Greater Bay Area

  • Exchange programmes involving city and mainland officers are aimed at improving understanding and cooperation in the integrated economic and business hub

Civil servants at Hong Kong government headquarters, before work-from-home measures took effect amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The city’s civil service has its practices grounded in the British colonial era and they differ markedly from those on the mainland. Photo: Nora Tam
Civil servants at Hong Kong government headquarters, before work-from-home measures took effect amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The city’s civil service has its practices grounded in the British colonial era and they differ markedly from those on the mainland. Photo: Nora Tam
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