A traveller enters Hong Kong on December 7. Easily crossing borders and free movement of people might no longer be the norm as Hong Kong and the wider world adapt to the possibility of Covid-19 being around for the long term. Photo: Dickson Lee
A traveller enters Hong Kong on December 7. Easily crossing borders and free movement of people might no longer be the norm as Hong Kong and the wider world adapt to the possibility of Covid-19 being around for the long term. Photo: Dickson Lee
Janet Pau
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Janet Pau

How cities can be successful in the post-pandemic world

  • The interconnectedness that global cities once prized risks being eroded and dismantled as Covid-19 lingers and new variants emerge
  • Success will depend on cities’ ability to balance openness with health protection, growth with better livelihoods, and diversity with local character that fosters a sense of belonging

A traveller enters Hong Kong on December 7. Easily crossing borders and free movement of people might no longer be the norm as Hong Kong and the wider world adapt to the possibility of Covid-19 being around for the long term. Photo: Dickson Lee
A traveller enters Hong Kong on December 7. Easily crossing borders and free movement of people might no longer be the norm as Hong Kong and the wider world adapt to the possibility of Covid-19 being around for the long term. Photo: Dickson Lee
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