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The sun is not yet setting on Hong Kong

City should reinforce its value to both Beijing and the world

| Hong Kong, Macau

Hong Kong finds itself in a new game in which it needs to consider the outstanding opportunities and demanding challenges it faces with an open mind. Over the past 150 years, the city has experienced many ups and downs but it has repeatedly played whatever cards it has been dealt exceptionally well. Can it continue to do so?

Twenty-one years after the resumption of Chinese sovereignty, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region seems stuck. Many Hong Kong people are concerned about the status of their beloved city within China: Is it losing its favored role as a window into the country for the world?

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