Jonathan Jiang
Oct 24, 2017

Hong Kong's creative industry suppresses itself

China's influence is not to blame for holding back creativity in Hong Kong. The industry's insular perspective is, writes Jonathan Jiang.

This piece is a reaction to China's dominance putting HK creativity at risk, by Spencer Wong, creative chairman and CEO of McCann Spencer aka McCann Hong Kong.

I have been a loyal fan of McCann, and even my WeChat signature displays McCann’s slogan, “Truth well told”. However, I cannot help feeling doubtful after reading Spencer’s article. Is the expansion of Chinese companies in Hong Kong really a threat...

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