The Hong Kong Palace Museum, part of the West Kowloon Cultural District, is seen on May 29. A case study on West Kowloon could shed light on initial controversies and Hong Kong’s ambitions to become a hub for cultural exchange. Photo: Getty Images
The Hong Kong Palace Museum, part of the West Kowloon Cultural District, is seen on May 29. A case study on West Kowloon could shed light on initial controversies and Hong Kong’s ambitions to become a hub for cultural exchange. Photo: Getty Images
Pauline Yeung
Opinion

Opinion

The View by Pauline Yeung

Work with universities overseas to tell Hong Kong’s story to the world

  • Hong Kong’s unique political system can serve as a case study for those studying policy in institutions around the world
  • Collaborating with universities can foster a better understanding of our city, and China as a whole, among the policymakers of the future

The Hong Kong Palace Museum, part of the West Kowloon Cultural District, is seen on May 29. A case study on West Kowloon could shed light on initial controversies and Hong Kong’s ambitions to become a hub for cultural exchange. Photo: Getty Images
The Hong Kong Palace Museum, part of the West Kowloon Cultural District, is seen on May 29. A case study on West Kowloon could shed light on initial controversies and Hong Kong’s ambitions to become a hub for cultural exchange. Photo: Getty Images
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