A woman crosses into Hong Kong on September 15. Only limited groups of people have been able to enter the city from the mainland, causing tremendous stress among the business community and local residents. Photo: Sam Tsang
A woman crosses into Hong Kong on September 15. Only limited groups of people have been able to enter the city from the mainland, causing tremendous stress among the business community and local residents. Photo: Sam Tsang
Ken Chu
Opinion

Opinion

Ken Chu

Hong Kong-mainland border: reopening will be a welcome boost to lives and livelihoods, but challenges remain

  • Even a limited reopening between Hong Kong and Guangdong next month will be a relief for struggling businesses and cross-border families
  • Privacy concerns aside, officials should also consider the practical challenges faced by the elderly in using health code apps on smartphones

A woman crosses into Hong Kong on September 15. Only limited groups of people have been able to enter the city from the mainland, causing tremendous stress among the business community and local residents. Photo: Sam Tsang
A woman crosses into Hong Kong on September 15. Only limited groups of people have been able to enter the city from the mainland, causing tremendous stress among the business community and local residents. Photo: Sam Tsang
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