People browse at a booth during the annual Hong Kong Book Fair on July 17. International meetings, conferences and exhibitions brought 2.3 million visitors to Hong Kong in 2018. Photo: AP
People browse at a booth during the annual Hong Kong Book Fair on July 17. International meetings, conferences and exhibitions brought 2.3 million visitors to Hong Kong in 2018. Photo: AP
Janet Pau
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Janet Pau

How safe international meetings can help Hong Kong achieve an economic reset

  • Hong Kong has managed the logistics of holding a major international art fair, book fair and industry conferences during the pandemic without seeing outbreaks
  • Holding one or two premier events with visitors from low-risk locations will boost confidence and cement Hong Kong’s status as a hub for safe meetings

People browse at a booth during the annual Hong Kong Book Fair on July 17. International meetings, conferences and exhibitions brought 2.3 million visitors to Hong Kong in 2018. Photo: AP
People browse at a booth during the annual Hong Kong Book Fair on July 17. International meetings, conferences and exhibitions brought 2.3 million visitors to Hong Kong in 2018. Photo: AP
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