In 2023, the South China Morning Post will be celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Redefining Hong Kong series.
Redefining Hong Kong 2023 will focus on Hong Kong’s development roadmaps in key strategic areas after the reopening of our city in early 2023. Each programme will be developed to provide forward-looking insights from policymakers, business leaders and entrepreneurs in charting the future of Asia’s World City.
As the Asian economy and population mature, Hong Kong stands at the forefront of navigating the challenges and opportunities presented by the silver surge. By 2050, individuals aged 60 or above are projected to comprise over 40 per cent of Hong Kong's population, highlighting the urgency to address the silver economy's potential and the associated burdens on healthcare, housing, transportation, and social welfare.
During the half-day event, we explore how the government intends to tackle these challenges amidst the global economic slowdown. Additionally, we delve into the rising opportunities for the private sector and the importance of public-private collaboration in creating an age-friendly society.
Join us for this engaging half-day event as experts gather to discuss about Hong Kong's silver future:
Government in action: the next ground-breaking elderly centric policy in Hong Kong
Explore groundbreaking elderly-centric policies, cutting-edge approaches to designing age-friendly communities, and the latest advancements in healthy ageing, all shared by industry experts and government representatives.
Acquire practical knowledge, innovative solutions, and best practices that can be implemented to address the challenges and opportunities presented by Hong Kong’s ageing population, contributing to the creation of a more inclusive and vibrant society.
Connect with a diverse community of stakeholders, including policymakers, professionals, thought leaders, and practitioners, fostering valuable collaborations and partnerships.
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