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A local scheme aiming to attract the children of 840,000 emigrants to return has been in place for over a year. With 247 applications received in the first ten months, how should we evaluate the scheme’s effectiveness? When enticing second-generation emigrants, the Government needs to take into account the situation of their resident countries and the talent gap Hong Kong faces.
The full version of the commentary is in Chinese only.