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The tourism industry in Hong Kong is suffering from the COVID-19 outbreak. Tourism practitioners could only look forward to returning to ‘business as usual’ after the epidemic. However, after analysing the development of Hong Kong’s tourism industry in the past 20 years, the Centre found that it has already encountered a bottleneck. To help the industry revive, Hong Kong should look squarely into its own problems while facing fierce competition from global tourist destinations.
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.