A government-sponsored advertisement promotes the national security law in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg A government-sponsored advertisement promotes the national security law in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
A government-sponsored advertisement promotes the national security law in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
Chandran Nair
Opinion

Opinion

On Reflection by Chandran Nair

Leaving Hong Kong isn’t the answer. Staying and building a new one is

  • It is not only the national security law and protests that have some heading for the exit – high living costs and limited social mobility are playing a part too
  • If a foreign government can purport to offer a million passports, surely the Hong Kong government working with developers and banks can offer a million homes.

A government-sponsored advertisement promotes the national security law in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg A government-sponsored advertisement promotes the national security law in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
A government-sponsored advertisement promotes the national security law in Hong Kong. Photo: Bloomberg
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Chandran Nair

Chandran Nair

Chandran Nair is the founder of the Global Institute for Tomorrow and member of the Club of Rome. He is also the author of The Sustainable State: The Future of Government, Economy and Society