Buildings in Shenzhen form a backdrop to residential buildings in Hong Kong on June 24.  The cities should collaborate to attract global tech talent. Photo: Bloomberg
Buildings in Shenzhen form a backdrop to residential buildings in Hong Kong on June 24. The cities should collaborate to attract global tech talent. Photo: Bloomberg
Stephen Wong
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Stephen Wong and Arthur Tsang

To become a tech hub, Hong Kong must unleash the power of university researchers

  • On the mainland, a strong focus on research, and entrepreneurial spirit within academia have driven the country’s success as a breeding ground for innovation
  • In Hong Kong, technology development has been sluggish and entrepreneurship is less encouraged among university researchers. This must change

Buildings in Shenzhen form a backdrop to residential buildings in Hong Kong on June 24.  The cities should collaborate to attract global tech talent. Photo: Bloomberg
Buildings in Shenzhen form a backdrop to residential buildings in Hong Kong on June 24. The cities should collaborate to attract global tech talent. Photo: Bloomberg
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