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HK's role for next 20 years? Silk Road "super-connector"

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The majority of Hong Kong's population never supported the notion of Hong Kong "independence" anyway. No matter what happens after 2047, during the next three decades the people of Hong Kong -- hard-working, energetic, creative, bold -- will always be proud of "two systems" as a feature of "one country."

In parallel, Beijing knows all too well how crucial an asset Hong Kong is for China. Rule of law, free flow of information -- that won't change. It's up to Hong Kong to fine-tune the software and invest in BRI not only as part of Xi's Chinese Dream, but of an inclusive, globalization 2.0, Hong Kong Dream.

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