The second day of the Post’s China Conference featured a panel discussion with (from left to right) moderator Olga Wong, CUHK associate dean of the faculty of medicine Dennis Lo, Qiming Venture managing partner Nisa Leung, and Samuel Au Kwok-wai, founder and president of Cornerstone Robotics. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The second day of the Post’s China Conference featured a panel discussion with (from left to right) moderator Olga Wong, CUHK associate dean of the faculty of medicine Dennis Lo, Qiming Venture managing partner Nisa Leung, and Samuel Au Kwok-wai, founder and president of Cornerstone Robotics. Photo: Jonathan Wong

Hong Kong should align regulations with mainland China to promote health technology in Greater Bay Area, experts say

  • City should also reopen its border with rest of country and relax its talent scheme, veteran experts say
  • Different sets of rules made it more difficult to receive green light for innovative products, according to Professor Samuel Au

The second day of the Post’s China Conference featured a panel discussion with (from left to right) moderator Olga Wong, CUHK associate dean of the faculty of medicine Dennis Lo, Qiming Venture managing partner Nisa Leung, and Samuel Au Kwok-wai, founder and president of Cornerstone Robotics. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The second day of the Post’s China Conference featured a panel discussion with (from left to right) moderator Olga Wong, CUHK associate dean of the faculty of medicine Dennis Lo, Qiming Venture managing partner Nisa Leung, and Samuel Au Kwok-wai, founder and president of Cornerstone Robotics. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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