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Q: Could Shenzhen and Hong Kong ever merge into one city?

Their business is pretty much entirely connected...Hong Kong entrepreneurs have their factories in Shenzhen, and the city is like a croissant around Hong Kong...

9 years 38 weeks ago in  Business & Jobs - Shenzhen

 
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I think eventually the mainland government will collapse, and perhaps Hong Kong and Taiwan, as the two developed Chinese countries, could be central to the reformation of a united China. Under such a scenario, I suppose it is possible that Hong Kong could absorb Shenzhen, and maybe even other cities, for their own good.

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After the 50years have ended in Hong Kong and Macau who knows what will happen. To me development in the pearl delta area is booming and could be a sign of preparing for the future.

The 50years I am refering to is China is not allowed to interfere in any way (even though it does) with Macau and Hong Kong laws, way of life, and polcies.

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shenzhen was china trying to prove they can make a hong kong as good as the british to the world, saving face , different laws in shenzhen than other mainland areas to help accomodate this utopian dream. history will tell the tale

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With the chinese way ? Cut trees, flating the hills down and build skyscrapers ? I wish and hope never happen angel

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If the two ever merged it would be a decent analogy to ask South Koreans whether they want to merge with North Koreans. Seriously, ask some; you'll figure out their opinions real quick. I had a history professor tell me that reunification was inevitable, to which the South Koreans in the room immediately chortled.

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https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/transport/article/2169216/hong-kong-will-have-restrict-number-vehicles-using-mega

 

Just build it and they will come, HEY WAIT A MINUTE

 

Where in the hell can we park all these cars coming into Hong Kong.

 

WHO CARES?

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Ambi sent me a pm today to say he will pay for everyones SCMP subscriptions... and a vpn... Ok... a lie... but he should if he keeps posting it.

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