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Hong Kong movie industry will be great again if united with Guangzhou and Macau,says Professor Cheuk

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Hong Kong movie industry will be great again if united with Guangzhou and Macau, says Professor Cheuk

Reported by Ken Lam on 19th Feb


Saving movie industry cannot count on the Hong Kong Government, but intentionally uniting with Guangzhou and Macau as Greater Bay Area, said Professor Cheuk in Hong Kong Shue Yan University.


Professor Cheuk Pak-tong, who is the Hong Kong Baptist University, Professor Emeritus, believed China with around 1.4 billions of people should have more than 1 movie centre as Beijing, and Hong Kong has the unlimited potential to be another movie centre in China. And The first step of being the movie centre, Professor Cheuk inclines it would be getting Hong Kong, Macau and Guangzhou united as a Greater Bay Area.


The Hong Kong Government averagely funded 3.3 Hong Kong movies in recent years. “Some Hongkongeses still think they could rely on the government, that’s impossible. The officers who are responsible for the movie industry funding tend to give no money to us in order to save the money from Hong Kong taxpayers. How unreasonable! How could the Hong Kong movie industry keep hoping the government will save them in some days?” Said Professor Cheuk.


“Comparing to the golden age, about 60s to 80s, the total outputs from Hong Kong movie industry these years have declined about 90%, which have left only 30 movies outputs per year. It is really sighing. Nowadays Beijing has replaced Hong Kong as the greatest movie producing city. The China government has granted more than 50millions to their local movie industry. What a difference.” said Professor Cheuk.


Some might worry about the political censorship in the movie industry from China Government if Hong Kong is really united as the Greater Bay Area. Professor Cheuk said he has suggested the Broadcasting Authority of China grant some special treatment to two special administrative regions in 10years, making Hong Kong and Macau grown used to the rules in China. “I think it is the best solution for all the parties, but it is still discussing,” said Professor Cheuk.

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