In a city addicted to banking and real estate, jobs in science and technology can often be overlooked by students, but when STEM is predicted to be the backbone of the city’s future, experts say more needs to be done to not be left behind. Photo: Bloomberg

STEM education key to Hong Kong’s ‘smart city’ plan, but long-term steps must be taken now, experts warn

The government has just revealed its Smart Hong Kong initiative, but little has been done to foster science, technology, engineering and maths education and produce the skilled workforce needed to avoid being left behind

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In a city addicted to banking and real estate, jobs in science and technology can often be overlooked by students, but when STEM is predicted to be the backbone of the city’s future, experts say more needs to be done to not be left behind. Photo: Bloomberg
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