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Hong Kong residents in the US who need assistance can contact Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York at 212-752-3320 or email hketony@hketony.gov.hk. For urgent assistance outside office hours, Hong Kong residents abroad can call the Assistance to Hong Kong Residents Unit 24-hour hotline at (852) 1868.
 

Hong Kong residents in the US who need assistance can contact Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York at 212-752-3320 or email hketony@hketony.gov.hk.

For urgent assistance outside office hours, Hong Kong residents abroad can call the Assistance to Hong Kong Residents Unit 24-hour hotline at (852) 1868. In the event that Hong Kong residents who need assistance are not able to call the hotline due to the service settings of their telecommunication services operators or other reasons, they may try adding “0000” after entering “1868”.

   
Entry requirement to Hong Kong from the US

Currently, only fully vaccinated Hong Kong residents from the US are allowed to board flights for Hong Kong. Prior to boarding, in addition to vaccination record, they are required to present a negative result proof of a polymerase chain reaction-based (PCR-based) nucleic acid test for COVID-19, conducted within 72 hours before the scheduled time of flight departure. They are also required to present a documentary proof in English to show that the laboratory or healthcare institution is recognized/ approved/ ISO15189 accredited. Recognized laboratories in the US may be located via the database website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or here. The print out of the relevant record can serve as a documentary proof. Inbound travelers also need to have confirmation of room reservation for 21 nights in a designated quarantine hotel. Upon arrival in Hong Kong, these travelers will need to comply with compulsory testing requirement. Details here.

Entry requirement to Hong Kong from the US

   
Experience Hong Kong’s arts and culture scene from the comfort of your home

Through a newly created webpage, we hope to bring you some of Hong Kong’s best and diverse arts and cultural programs for you to enjoy from the comfort of your home. We will showcase Hong Kong's vibrant arts and cultural scene though webinar discussions, performances, art exhibitions and many other collaborations. Details here.

Experience Hong Kong’s arts and culture scene from the comfort of your home
   
Webinar: Hong Kong’s Future as an International Financial Centre

More than 120 people from around the world joined a fascinating conversation between Chief Executive of Hong Kong Monetary Authority, Mr Eddie Yue, and Co-Chief Operating Officer of KKR, Mr Joseph Bae, at a webinar co-organized by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in New York (HKETONY) and the Hong Kong Association of New York on Sep 15, 2021. Mr Yue shared his vision on Hong Kong's future as an international financial center. He highlighted the unique role of Hong Kong as a gateway and connector between Mainland China and the global markets, as well as the forefront development in FinTech, RegTech and green finance in the city. Delivering opening remarks, Director of HKETONY, Ms Candy Nip, said Hong Kong’s position as a global financial center is buttressed by attributes including its institutional strength, deep liquidity, its status as a leading offshore renminbi hub and a top IPO destination.

Webinar: Hong Kong’s Future as an International Financial Centre
   
Hong Kong ranks as world's freest economy

Hong Kong once again ranks as the world's freest economy in the Economic Freedom of the World 2021 Annual Report. The city has topped the ranking since the inception of the report. Among the five areas of assessment, Hong Kong continued to rank top in "Freedom to Trade Internationally" and "Regulation". This is an unequivocal affirmation of Hong Kong's long-standing and steadfast commitment to building a free economy with a level playing field. Details here.

Hong Kong ranks as world's freest economy
   
Weekly updates on Hong Kong

The Hong Kong Digest provides a weekly roundup of news and the latest developments in Hong Kong. The latest issue (September 8 - 13) is now
available online.

 

Weekly updates on Hong Kong
   

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