Hong Kong ushered in a new wave of immigration in the past year. Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor was asked about the immigration wave when she attended a lecture at the Metropolitan University of Hong Kong (formerly known as the Open University of Hong Kong) this afternoon (10th). The government cannot restrict its freedom of choice.
She said that she heard that many Hong Kong people's overseas business was unsatisfactory. "I also heard that it is so bleak and uncomfortable to go to school with all the old people, and it takes a lot of tuition to study." She appealed to people considering immigration. Think twice.
Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor also emphasized that Hong Kong is still attractive. Overseas talents are vying to apply for entry to Hong Kong through outstanding talents and the "Outstanding Creative Talents Scheme". It is a pity that young people have given up the opportunities in the future of Hong Kong.
"There are also all kinds of adaptation problems in public schools."
When Carrie Lam was speaking at the Metropolitan University, she was asked about her views on the immigration wave. She said that after the implementation of the "Hong Kong National Security Law", many countries have relaxed restrictions on immigration from Hong Kong people, emphasizing that she is "very commonplace." Because everyone has their own elections to live, work, or start a family freely.” He also said that if you think this city is good, you don’t have to worry about it. It will only be a pity, because this group of people has lost control of the epidemic in many countries. At that time, it gave up the good development of Hong Kong.
There are so many developments in Hong Kong, and Hong Kong’s home-based control of the epidemic is so good that many people can sit down and spend time. Don’t forget that many places are locked down.
Chief Executive Carrie Lam
She continued, hoping that citizens who are still considering emigration should learn more about the development of various aspects and the situation of their settlements.
"I also heard that there are so many old boys who are going to talk to each other and they are so bleak and unaccustomed to study. It takes a lot of tuition. Of course it is the best independent school in the UK. If you don’t have the tuition, you must There are also various adaptation problems in public schools."
She said that immigration cannot be described as a bad thing, nor can it be opposed to immigration. "I have a neutral view of immigration, but I think Hong Kong is a place that is so good and can attract talents."
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Chief Executive Carrie Lam
Personal review of applicants' resumes
Facing the loss of young people, Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor said that Hong Kong must step up its efforts to attract talents if it wants to develop. He described Hong Kong as still very attractive and even better than before. In particular, he mentioned the long-term dissatisfaction of the outstanding talent admission scheme. The number of applicants was last year. Soaring. The cases approved in the first half of this year have accounted for about half of the quota, and most of them have reached the master's and doctoral level. The relevant committee has urged the government to increase the quota to meet demand.
Carrie Lam proposed the "Outstanding Creative Talents Program" in last year's Policy Address. She revealed that the first batch of applications has been fully approved and the number of nominations exceeds 100. The authorities have selected about 40 elites from them. She also said that she personally reviewed all the resumes. , Described that many applicants are excellent and the research is also original. Although Hong Kong's business technology is not comparable, these talents are still willing to go to Hong Kong for development. Therefore, as the chief executive, she is not worried about Hong Kong's prospects.
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