A worker operates machinery at Mil Mill, Hong Kong’s only recycling plant dedicated to beverage cartons, on September 15 in Yuen Long. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
A worker operates machinery at Mil Mill, Hong Kong’s only recycling plant dedicated to beverage cartons, on September 15 in Yuen Long. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
John Hanzhang Ye
Opinion

Opinion

John Hanzhang Ye

Flaws in Hong Kong’s approach to innovation apparent in Mil Mill row

  • The government has its sights set on developing more glamorous, hi-tech sectors, but it must think carefully about Hong Kong’s place in an already established supply chain
  • Moreover, neglecting home-grown innovation and industries does not send the best message

A worker operates machinery at Mil Mill, Hong Kong’s only recycling plant dedicated to beverage cartons, on September 15 in Yuen Long. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
A worker operates machinery at Mil Mill, Hong Kong’s only recycling plant dedicated to beverage cartons, on September 15 in Yuen Long. Photo: K. Y. Cheng
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