Hong Kong has never been absent from the development of China’s film industry in the past a dozen years. It was because of the Mainland and Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement which has relaxed restrictions that Hong Kong businesses were able to better join the mainland market, in particular, the making of some poplar movies, such as The Wandering Earth II. We should think about how to promote Hong Kong in a wider context through the culture industry, and go global together with different sectors in the mainland via the melting pot of Hong Kong. We should also figure out how Hong Kong should combine fine foreign elements with the Chinese culture. I think that’s what we should do.
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