Many Hongkongers still remember the darkest of days as they travelled on public transport fearful of those wearing face masks around them in a panic-gripped city. Photo: Oliver Tsang Many Hongkongers still remember the darkest of days as they travelled on public transport fearful of those wearing face masks around them in a panic-gripped city. Photo: Oliver Tsang
Many Hongkongers still remember the darkest of days as they travelled on public transport fearful of those wearing face masks around them in a panic-gripped city. Photo: Oliver Tsang

Hong Kong and mainland China have cooperated on healthcare – but new partnership is no instant cure

The road to reunification between Hong Kong and mainland China has been a bumpy one over the past 20 years and their relationship has, if anything, become even more sensitive in recent years. In the first of a three-part series that also looks at education and marriage and retirement options, here we ask it realistic to open up the mainland health care market and to bring it closer to international standards?

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Many Hongkongers still remember the darkest of days as they travelled on public transport fearful of those wearing face masks around them in a panic-gripped city. Photo: Oliver Tsang Many Hongkongers still remember the darkest of days as they travelled on public transport fearful of those wearing face masks around them in a panic-gripped city. Photo: Oliver Tsang
Many Hongkongers still remember the darkest of days as they travelled on public transport fearful of those wearing face masks around them in a panic-gripped city. Photo: Oliver Tsang
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