A spectator wears a Hong Kong flag in the Hong Kong Stadium on November 4, at the first rugby Sevens tournament in Hong Kong since the pandemic began. Photo: Bloomberg
A spectator wears a Hong Kong flag in the Hong Kong Stadium on November 4, at the first rugby Sevens tournament in Hong Kong since the pandemic began. Photo: Bloomberg
Adam Au
Opinion

Opinion

Adam Au

Hong Kong’s own talent hold the key to telling Hong Kong’s story better

  • High-profile events announced to the world Hong Kong is back. Going beyond the glitz, measures to attract global talent aren’t enough
  • We must believe in the ability of our own talent to transform our city yet again, and act quickly to persuade our young people to stay

A spectator wears a Hong Kong flag in the Hong Kong Stadium on November 4, at the first rugby Sevens tournament in Hong Kong since the pandemic began. Photo: Bloomberg
A spectator wears a Hong Kong flag in the Hong Kong Stadium on November 4, at the first rugby Sevens tournament in Hong Kong since the pandemic began. Photo: Bloomberg
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