Dr Janice Tsang laments one other aspect of Hong Kong - an unrelenting focus on efficiency, which leaves no room for those blind alleyways that may indeed prove to be a necessary diversion in research in order to find the right answers. Photo: May Tse Dr Janice Tsang laments one other aspect of Hong Kong - an unrelenting focus on efficiency, which leaves no room for those blind alleyways that may indeed prove to be a necessary diversion in research in order to find the right answers. Photo: May Tse
Dr Janice Tsang laments one other aspect of Hong Kong - an unrelenting focus on efficiency, which leaves no room for those blind alleyways that may indeed prove to be a necessary diversion in research in order to find the right answers. Photo: May Tse
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Hong Kong: fast, furious and headed for a crash, says cancer expert

The need for results and speed are destroying the time and space to reflect and plan, and research is only one area paying the price

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Dr Janice Tsang laments one other aspect of Hong Kong - an unrelenting focus on efficiency, which leaves no room for those blind alleyways that may indeed prove to be a necessary diversion in research in order to find the right answers. Photo: May Tse Dr Janice Tsang laments one other aspect of Hong Kong - an unrelenting focus on efficiency, which leaves no room for those blind alleyways that may indeed prove to be a necessary diversion in research in order to find the right answers. Photo: May Tse
Dr Janice Tsang laments one other aspect of Hong Kong - an unrelenting focus on efficiency, which leaves no room for those blind alleyways that may indeed prove to be a necessary diversion in research in order to find the right answers. Photo: May Tse
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