"Super Coordinator" has quickly become the term-of-choice for the Hong Kong government to define its relationship with mainland China. Pronounced for the first time last June by Leung Chun-ying, the Chief Executive of the former British colony, the expression is used to emphasize Hong Kong’s crucial role in linking the mainland with the rest of the world. As such, Hong Kong needs to be fully integrated into the "One Belt, One Road" framework for China to expand its influence, primarily in Eurasia, through the economic development of areas along the ancient Silk Road.
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From Economic Observer | Translated by Laura Lin for WorldCrunch