Hong Kong Outlook

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#China’s central government held a symposium in the southern city of #Shenzhen, across the river from Hong Kong, to solicit opinions from “representatives from all walks of life in #HongKong” on improving the special administrative region’s (SAR) electoral system with focus on “upholding patriots governing Hong Kong”. With the latest changes, how is Hong Kong today? What to expect from the future? Tian Wei speaks to Henry Tang Ying-yen, chairman of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority; David Chiu Tat-Cheong, a prominent Hong Kong businessman who also runs some of the most influential media organizations in the SAR; and Annie Wu Suk-Ching, a Hong Kong businesswoman who started the first-ever joint venture company on the Chinese mainland.

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