People wait at a traffic light in Central, Hong Kong, amid the pandemic on October 23, 2020. After almost three years of Covid-prevention restrictions in the city, fatigue has set in. Photo: Winson Wong
People wait at a traffic light in Central, Hong Kong, amid the pandemic on October 23, 2020. After almost three years of Covid-prevention restrictions in the city, fatigue has set in. Photo: Winson Wong
Quentin Parker
Opinion

Opinion

Quentin Parker

Amid Covid-19 pandemic fatigue and brain drain, Hong Kong – and mainland China – must open up quickly or risk being left behind

  • Home-grown talent and professionals from the Greater Bay Area are no substitute for what is available from a global talent reservoir. Close human connection makes a difference
  • While Hong Kong takes important but baby steps, our rivals are making great strides. Something fundamental needs to shift here – and on the mainland

People wait at a traffic light in Central, Hong Kong, amid the pandemic on October 23, 2020. After almost three years of Covid-prevention restrictions in the city, fatigue has set in. Photo: Winson Wong
People wait at a traffic light in Central, Hong Kong, amid the pandemic on October 23, 2020. After almost three years of Covid-prevention restrictions in the city, fatigue has set in. Photo: Winson Wong
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