Hong Kong start-up set to offer navigation, signage translation app to mainland airports

China’s massive investment in airports is opening up opportunities for companies like Hong Kong’s Cherrypicks that offer navigation services to help travellers find their way around the cavernous hubs. Founded in 2000 by Jason Chiu, Cherrypicks will …
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