HONG KONG, Oct. 25 (Xinhua) - The development of the Hong Kong-Macao Guangdong Greater Bay Area has provided young people in Hong Kong with a new track for career, and should make good use of the platform, Matthew Cheung, Secretary for Administration of the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong of China (HKSAR) government said on Sunday

. Hong Kong must capitalize on its advantages under the principle of "one country, two systems" during their integration in national development, Cheung said in his blog

. Cheung said the Guangdong-Hong Kong -Macao greater Bay Area is one of the regions with the highest degree of openness and vitality of the economy of the country stronger. With strong capacity of the population, the scale and financial resources, is a unique and diversified bay area

. It is natural that young people in Hong Kong should help the country understand and integrate into its development, said

. in the last two years or so, the Commission on Youth Development of the government of Hong Kong has optimized and expanded several broader practices continuously, entrepreneurship and exchange programs to provide young people in Hong Kong with deeper, and more diversified opportunities to experience the continental culture and have a deep exchange with local youths .

Currently, an average of more than 60,000 young people and students from Hong Kong participate in exchange programs and continental practices organized, financed or coordinated by various departments of the government of Hong Kong every year

. Cheung said he believed that young people who have gr own up in Hong Kong, an international financial center, are familiar with both Western cultures of China and have a broad global vision, and will surely have certain competitive advantages in Bay Mayor

He encouraged young people in Hong Kong to have a first hand understanding of the development and opportunities of the country, maintain an open and competitive attitude, inclusive and healthy at all times, and they strive to improve their own strength, add value to themselves and enrich their experience, in order to make full use of the greater Bay as a broad platform. End

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