Hong Kong’s start-ups don’t need showbiz and celebrities, they need a dose of reality

Not since Bette Midler made her first entrance in Hello Dolly has an audience erupted as it did when A-list Hong Kong actor Nicholas Tse Ting-fung, channelling his best imitation of Steve Jobs, strutted the stage last week at an Our Hong Kong Foundation …
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