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US plans to rollback special status may erode Hong Kong’s startup ecosystem

For two months, the people of Hong Kong waited in suspense after China’s legislature approved a new national security law. The legislation’s details were finally made public yesterday and almost immediately went into effect.

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補充創科生態缺口 (Innovate for Future邱達根)


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Maggie Chan, Founder of Ground Rule Studio

What’s your story? I am the founder of Ground Rule Studio, an eco-materials design studio.

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Blockchain startups dominated Hong Kong’s fintech sector in 2019.

According to the Financial Services and Treasury Bureau report, the blockchain companies accounted for 39% of the 57 fintech companies that set up shop in Hong Kong last year.

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Hong Kong’s loss of special status could hurt startups

The United States’ decision to remove special policy exemptions that had treated Hong Kong differently than mainland China could hurt Hong Kong’s tech startup scene.

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Hong Kong: Three million people could come to live in the UK if China imposes new law

Boris Johnson has pledged to allow nearly three million Hong Kong citizens the right to live and work indefinitely in the UK, with a route to full citizenship, if China imposes a controversial new national security law on the city.

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Hong Kong on Borrowed Time as China Pushes for More Control

BANGKOK – Hong Kong has been living on borrowed time ever since the British made it a colony nearly 180 years ago, and all the more so after Beijing took control in 1997 and granted it autonomous status.

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What China’s Tighter Control of Hong Kong Means for Tech

China’s move to curtail Hong Kong’s autonomy threatens Hong Kong’s status as a business hub—and could have major implications for the tech industry, particularly the cryptocurrency sector, cloud services and tech financing.

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