In this interdisciplinary study, the authors argue that Hong Kong must develop and strengthen the mobility, broadly defi ned, of its population.This is at the heart of its need to face the challenges from a changing global environment.
"In the 1970s-80s, Hong Kong, the great open place, had a special moment, educating mainlanders, just opening, how to be like Hong Kong. They succeeded. For Hong Kong, no longer unique, what next? Able social scientists explore, with perspective." Ezra F Vogel, Henry Ford II Professor of Social Sciences Emeritus, Harvard University