This chapter introduces Hong Kong in the aftermath of World War II – a time of upheaval, reconstruction and industrialisation. The author recalls his early years as an executive officer in the colonial government’s Commerce and Industry Department in the late 1950s. The chapter discusses small-scale industry and entrepreneurialism in the 1950s and 1960s.
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