Hong Kong panellists at the virtual WRLDCTY Festival – featuring discussions and presentations on big global cities, their citizens and culture, and the increasing focus on measures to improve sustainability and public safety – which was also hosted in venues including Singapore, New York, Toronto and Cape Town. Hong Kong panellists at the virtual WRLDCTY Festival – featuring discussions and presentations on big global cities, their citizens and culture, and the increasing focus on measures to improve sustainability and public safety – which was also hosted in venues including Singapore, New York, Toronto and Cape Town.
Hong Kong panellists at the virtual WRLDCTY Festival – featuring discussions and presentations on big global cities, their citizens and culture, and the increasing focus on measures to improve sustainability and public safety – which was also hosted in venues including Singapore, New York, Toronto and Cape Town.

How Hong Kong’s resilience and innovative ability keep it safe – and will help it adapt to post-Covid-19 life

  • City’s best practices during ongoing pandemic highlighted by WRLDCTY Festival panellists, such as Jacob Kam, CEO of MTR Corporation
  • Three-day event saw Laura Cha, chairman of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing, predict trends such as greater focus on sustainable finance

Topic |   WRLDCTY Hong Kong
Hong Kong panellists at the virtual WRLDCTY Festival – featuring discussions and presentations on big global cities, their citizens and culture, and the increasing focus on measures to improve sustainability and public safety – which was also hosted in venues including Singapore, New York, Toronto and Cape Town. Hong Kong panellists at the virtual WRLDCTY Festival – featuring discussions and presentations on big global cities, their citizens and culture, and the increasing focus on measures to improve sustainability and public safety – which was also hosted in venues including Singapore, New York, Toronto and Cape Town.
Hong Kong panellists at the virtual WRLDCTY Festival – featuring discussions and presentations on big global cities, their citizens and culture, and the increasing focus on measures to improve sustainability and public safety – which was also hosted in venues including Singapore, New York, Toronto and Cape Town.
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