‘1611’ and ‘Being Hong Kong’
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15 January 2022
This week we speak with Kurt Lin from new business and finance title ‘1611’, and look at ‘Being Hong Kong’, a quarterly that focuses exclusively on the history, culture and daily life of the city.
15 January 2022
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