Albert Wong (left), CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, and Rebecca Pun, Hong Kong’s commissioner for innovation and technology, hope the City I&T Grand Challenge will attract innovative smart city ideas from around the world. Albert Wong (left), CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, and Rebecca Pun, Hong Kong’s commissioner for innovation and technology, hope the City I&T Grand Challenge will attract innovative smart city ideas from around the world.
Albert Wong (left), CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, and Rebecca Pun, Hong Kong’s commissioner for innovation and technology, hope the City I&T Grand Challenge will attract innovative smart city ideas from around the world.

How budding innovators can help Hong Kong promote smart city living amid Covid-19 pandemic

  • City I&T Grand Challenge, titled ‘Be an Innovator’, hopes global community will submit ideas to create more sustainable and inclusive society
  • Competition, organised by Hong Kong government and supported by HKSTP, wants students, start-ups and entrepreneurs to help transform city’s future

Topic |   From Ideas to Impact
Albert Wong (left), CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, and Rebecca Pun, Hong Kong’s commissioner for innovation and technology, hope the City I&T Grand Challenge will attract innovative smart city ideas from around the world. Albert Wong (left), CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, and Rebecca Pun, Hong Kong’s commissioner for innovation and technology, hope the City I&T Grand Challenge will attract innovative smart city ideas from around the world.
Albert Wong (left), CEO of Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation, and Rebecca Pun, Hong Kong’s commissioner for innovation and technology, hope the City I&T Grand Challenge will attract innovative smart city ideas from around the world.
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