It is in Hong Kong’s interest to enhance biliteracy and trilingualism, not just for integration, but also for business needs and cultural preservation. Photo: AFP It is in Hong Kong’s interest to enhance biliteracy and trilingualism, not just for integration, but also for business needs and cultural preservation. Photo: AFP
It is in Hong Kong’s interest to enhance biliteracy and trilingualism, not just for integration, but also for business needs and cultural preservation. Photo: AFP
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Hong Kong should still have room for three languages

  • With Cantonese and English being officially recognised, there is no reason not to brush up on one’s Mandarin in view of the Greater Bay Area development strategy

It is in Hong Kong’s interest to enhance biliteracy and trilingualism, not just for integration, but also for business needs and cultural preservation. Photo: AFP It is in Hong Kong’s interest to enhance biliteracy and trilingualism, not just for integration, but also for business needs and cultural preservation. Photo: AFP
It is in Hong Kong’s interest to enhance biliteracy and trilingualism, not just for integration, but also for business needs and cultural preservation. Photo: AFP
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