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Hong Kong-Mainland travel fully resumes
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Hong Kong-Mainland travel fully resumes

Normal travel between the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) and the Chinese mainland fully resumed starting Monday. It is applauded by all sectors in Hong Kong for driving local economic recovery and future development.

Chan Yung, member of the Legislative Council of the HKSAR told China News Service that the full resumption of cross-border travel is the biggest expectation in Hong Kong.

"It will greatly promote social livelihood and economic development," he said, adding that the resumption will help Hong Kong better integrate into the national development landscape, and citizens to gradually resume a prosperous and stable life.

Hon Yung Hoi-yan, member of the Legislative Council of the HKSAR paid special attention to cross-border students, who have not attended school in Hong Kong for a long time. She said the schools should make due preparations including documents and school buses.

Many Hong Kong youths engaged in the science and technology industry are expecting to work in the Chinese mainland, with the new arrangements to help them realize their dreams, said Xian Handi, president of the Internet Professional Association.

Liu Xudong, vice president of the Hong Kong Quality and Talent Migrant Association, said that he believed the HKSAR government's talent policy would supply more resources to Hong Kong, while the city’s residents working in the mainland would offer new opportunities for talent exchanges between Hong Kong and the Greater Bay Area, making significant contributions to the development of the country.

George SO, president of the Guangdong-Hong Kong- Macao-Bay Area Economic and Trade Association told China News Service that the city's industrial and commercial community is eagerly looking forward to the restoration of normal economic and trade exchanges between Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland. It will stimulate the Chinese mainland and overseas tourists to consume in Hong Kong, promote Hong Kong's catering, tourism, retail and other industries, and accelerate its economic recovery, he said.

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