Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation 20th Anniversary Event", it is not difficult to feel the vitality of the park. The hall displays flight training phone database machines, minimally invasive intracranial surgery robots, an unmanned truck, and even a Low-orbit high-frequency satellites. In the middle of the park is a huge egg-shaped building, which seems to imply the mission here - an incubator for technological innovation enterprises. But other details can also feel the distance between here and Hong Kong. Central, where the financial industry gathers, is crowded, shoulder-to-shoulder. During the rush hour,
well-dressed migrant workers are lining up to wait for the bus; Kwai Tsing Pier, where the trade and transportation industry gathers, is full of containers, and the arms of cranes stretch out into the sky, row upon row. In contrast, the Science Park is sparsely populated and the location is remote. If you take a taxi, the driver does not even know where it is at the first time. As a financial center and a business capital, Hong Kong has embarked on the road of technological innovation, but it started late and faced many difficulties. But it is a road that has to be taken.
Hong Kong's new chief executive, Li Jiachao, who attended the event, said, "Without technological innovation, there is no future." Huang Keqiang, chief executive of the Hong Kong Science and Technology Park, also said that "Science and Technology" is not a multiple-choice question for Hong Kong today, but a must-answer question. However, if Hong Kong wants to build a "scientific and technological innovation" future, it is necessary to first consider three questions: "Why engage in technological innovation? Where are the difficulties? How to go forward?" Hong Kong's "Four Wheels" Let’s take stock of what’s going on in Hong Kong now? The two pillars of Hong Kong's economy are trade logistics and