People buy seafood at a market in North Point on May 13. Rather than high-priced public relations campaigns, the words of ordinary Hongkongers might be the best way to tell Hong Kong’s story well. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
People buy seafood at a market in North Point on May 13. Rather than high-priced public relations campaigns, the words of ordinary Hongkongers might be the best way to tell Hong Kong’s story well. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
Brian Y. S. Wong
Opinion

Opinion

Brian Y. S. Wong

Hong Kong’s story is best told by letting its people speak for themselves

  • Dry statistics and bland public relations campaigns are not enough to assuage criticism and concerns about Hong Kong’s status
  • The best way to improve the city’s image is to let ordinary Hongkongers be its voice and tell the story of the city they love

People buy seafood at a market in North Point on May 13. Rather than high-priced public relations campaigns, the words of ordinary Hongkongers might be the best way to tell Hong Kong’s story well. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
People buy seafood at a market in North Point on May 13. Rather than high-priced public relations campaigns, the words of ordinary Hongkongers might be the best way to tell Hong Kong’s story well. Photo: Yik Yeung-man
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