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Making a bid for the World Expo 2035 to show Hong Kong's new splendour
There are numerous precedents that a city could step up onto the world arena by hosting a large-scale activity. Beijing's hosting of the 2008 Summer Olympics and Shanghai's hosting of the World Expo 2010 successfully boosted both cities' international reputation, enabling them to move up onto a new stage of development in various aspects. In recent times, through holding events such as the Banking Conference 2022, Hong Kong declared that it has made a comeback to the centre of the world arena. As Ta Kung Pao lately reported, some academic suggested that Hong Kong strike while the iron is hot and team up with Shenzhen to bid for hosting the World Expo 2035, which has aroused heated discussion in society and received a positive response from Chief Executive John Lee Ka-chiu. It's now or never. Hong Kong must begin to act in a down-to-earth way and devote efforts to turn the idea into reality.
The World Expo has a long-standing history. Large in scale, the exposition is held for as long as half a year. It can be called a stage to show science and technology, creative ideas and thoughts. As such its international influence stays with that of the Olympic Games. The World Expo 2025 will be held in Osaka, Japan, and the period for biding to host the World Expo 2030 was closed last month. So for Hong Kong, the World Expo 2035 is an open opportunity. With still 13 years to go before the year 2035, there is ample time. By then, Hong Kong ought to have made considerable progress in the development of the Northern Metropolis and Lantau Tomorrow Vision, and its innovation and technology industry to have reached the harvest time, and co-construction of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (Greater Bay Area) to have moved up another rung. Hence hosting a World Expo will show Hong Kong's exuberant vigour and the Greater Bay Area's slpendour.
Particularly noteworthy is that according to China's two-step strategy to comprehensively build itself into a socialist modern country, socialist modernisation will be basically realised by 2035. The World Expo [held in Hong Kong] then could be said the best platform to well tell the Hong Kong story and the China story. This is also the reason why Hong Kong should do all it can to win the bid.
Given Hong Kong's financial strength and international status, there should be no problem for it to host the World Expo. Stephen Cheong Kam-chuen, late member of the Legislative Council, had already initiated the idea years ago, which however drew little attention and ended up with nothing definite. From this it can be seen that to host the World Expo requires not only capability but also, and more importantly, courage, vision and commitment. Today is different from the past. Hong Kong has entered a new era of "patriots governing Hong Kong", and Hong Kong's future lies in the co-construction of the Greater Bay Area and its integration into the country's overall development. Either Hong Kong, Shenzhen or the Greater Bay Area needs a "grip" to walk into the centre of the world arena, and the World Expo proviades such a "grip". As for cross-boundary cooperation, Hong Kong already has the experience of hosting the equestrian competitions of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. And Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao will co-host the 15th National Games, which will provide more experience in such cooperation.
Each World Expo has a distinctive theme. The Hong Kong-Shenzhen World Expo in discussion could focus on green, science and technology. This will likely become Hong Kong's another shining name card beside an international financial hub, and also highlight Shenzhen's leading role in innovation and technology. The Lok Ma Chau Loop on border between Hong Kong and Shenzhen is seen as an ideal location to hold the World Expo. Land reclaimed under the Lantau Tomorrow Vision could be another location to build pavilions. The Lok Ma Chau Loop locates in the Northern Metropolis and Lantau is also another key area for Hong Kong's future development. Hosting the World Expo will become a catalyst to speed up the development of these two places.
When asked to comment on the proposal yesterday, Chief Executive John Lee said he had an open mind on it and would keep a close watch on various places and various international activities to find more opportunities for Hong Kong, including the World Expo. His response is quite positive and in line with his constant pragmatic style. Needless to say, since Hong Kong is to co-host the World Expo with Shenzhen, the SAR Government should liaise with Shenzhen authorities as soon as possible. With the guidance and coordination of relevant Central authorities, it is entirely feasible to set up a special task force to jointly push forward the project. Competition to host the World Expo is always fierce, and the Central Government's support is indispensable. There are reasons to believe that when conditions are ripe, the Central Government would be glad to see it happen and give its full support.
When we envisage the future, we do not underestimate the difficulties and challenges for hosting the World Expo. It is dogged as does it. All achievements are made by working hard, going all out and making arduous efforts. Although there is still a long time to go before biding for the World Expo starts, it is time consuming to make preparations. If consensus is reached we must begin to work on it. For, it is always the case that "chance favors the prepared mind".,
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