News that Clockenflap will return in March 2023, after a four-and-a-half year break, strikes an optimistic chord for the entertainment and tourist industries in the year ahead. Photo: Kitmin.
News that Clockenflap will return in March 2023, after a four-and-a-half year break, strikes an optimistic chord for the entertainment and tourist industries in the year ahead. Photo: Kitmin.

Is Hong Kong finally ready to reopen to the world in 2023? From the Rugby Sevens to Clockenflap, the return of major international events and reduced travel restrictions spell a rosier year ahead

  • If November’s Global Financial Leaders’ Investment Summit and Hong Kong Rugby Sevens were a test, the city passed with flying colours – and was promptly repaid with a rollback on PCR tests for visitors
  • From Lan Kwai Fong to Disneyland, the entertainment industry is pinning hopes on the return of tourists in 2023 – but many warn remaining restrictions need to be ditched before the tide truly turns

News that Clockenflap will return in March 2023, after a four-and-a-half year break, strikes an optimistic chord for the entertainment and tourist industries in the year ahead. Photo: Kitmin.
News that Clockenflap will return in March 2023, after a four-and-a-half year break, strikes an optimistic chord for the entertainment and tourist industries in the year ahead. Photo: Kitmin.
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