Workers at a construction site in Qianhai, in Shenzhen, on September 8. Unless the Hong Kong government can think out of the box, the Qianhai plan will remain an empty promise. Photo: Xinhua
Workers at a construction site in Qianhai, in Shenzhen, on September 8. Unless the Hong Kong government can think out of the box, the Qianhai plan will remain an empty promise. Photo: Xinhua
Winnie Tang
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Winnie Tang

Let Hong Kong’s young people help create a Qianhai ‘super zone’

  • It is no surprise the Hong Kong government’s efforts at promoting the Greater Bay Area to young people have been ineffective so far
  • Hong Kong needs bold, innovative planning that puts people first and promotes social inclusiveness and collaboration from the bottom up to make the Qianhai plan a success

Workers at a construction site in Qianhai, in Shenzhen, on September 8. Unless the Hong Kong government can think out of the box, the Qianhai plan will remain an empty promise. Photo: Xinhua
Workers at a construction site in Qianhai, in Shenzhen, on September 8. Unless the Hong Kong government can think out of the box, the Qianhai plan will remain an empty promise. Photo: Xinhua
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