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Billions of subsidy would not solve youth problems, says research expert

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Structure: 6.5 Content 7 The story is ok. In this case I would prefer to put the background at the end of the story. Also you need to elaborate on why he think the subsidy cannot help to improve the mobility.

Reported by Chow Tsz Ching


Speaking at a talk in Hong Kong Shue Yan University, the senior researcher of Our Hong Kong Foundation, Alvin Cheung Pok Yu believed that the subsidy of one billion dollars to the Youth Development Commission could not help boost the mobility of the youngsters.



Before entering Our Hong Kong Foundation, Alvin Cheung Pok Yu was graduated in the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a master degree of Economic Philosophy. He paid tremendous effort to promote social efficiency and received much support from the government, non profit organizations and business entrepreneurs.



Hong Kong government introduced the 2018 Policy Address and decided to grant 1-billion-dollar subsidy to the Youth Development Commission. People were disappointed that the subsidy would not solve the problems of their living and employment.


“To raise the mobility of youngsters, working hard is not enough” Alvin Cheung said. Land, educational level and family condition would be the key factors of affecting youngsters’ mobility.

Cheung took educational level as an example. Most refresher courses had low recognition and the university seats were not sufficient for all qualified students in Hong Kong. As a result, youngsters could not get advantage from studying in these refreshing courses in order to get employed. The 1-billion-dollar subsidy could only alleviate the ostensible problem, he said.


“Teenagers should think of what job they want to do for the next 20 years and plan their career path,” Cheung said.


Teenagers should consider long term planning. He did not encourage teenagers to choose a job only considering about the salary as it would be difficult to change field and adapt to the new work environment.


Some critcs viewed “Lantau Tomorrow Vision” as a waste of public funds. Cheung believed that its objective was to let Hong Kong citizens live better.


“Lantau Tomorrow Vision was to alleviate the shortage of land and improve the living quality of Hong Kong citizens,” Cheung said. This reclamation plan could create more housing estates and enhance the general living environment. --165030 2019年2月1日 (五) 14:32 (CST)

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