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  好风凭借力,送我上青云!国家首次在港澳选拔航天载荷专家,立即「燃爆」香港舆论,连日来,电视、电台、报纸、网络无处不在讨论这个热门话题。对特区政府来说,接下来不仅要全力协助和配合人员选拔工作,更要趁热打铁,把这一活动变成推动航天教育、科学研究和产业发展的重大契机,以己之所长,贡献国家之所需,实现自身更大发展。

  港人全城沸腾、关心国家航天事业,从2003年航天英雄杨利伟访港开始。其后,香港青少年多次组团去内地酒泉等卫星发射地参观,香港院校也纷纷建立起与航天科技相关的专业,包括理大、科大、城大等不断加强相关学生的培养。在科研方面,香港创科基金为相关领域的研究提供资助,包括生物医学、机械工程等。最近几年,航天科技产业开始兴起,成立了香港航天科技集团,香港亦加入「国际宇航联」,第一颗属于香港的卫星也于去年成功发射。香港科学家参与天问一号、月球取壤等国家重大航天任务,更是家喻户晓。可以说,伴随国家航天事业的发展,香港在航天教育、科研、产业方面也实现了从无到有的跨越。

  国家今次选拔载荷专家一共只有2名,何止是千里挑一,更是万里挑一,但不管竞争如何激烈,港人实现「太空梦」已经由过去的不敢想像,变成了近在咫尺的机遇。这体现了国家对香港的一贯支持、关爱和信任,同时也是对香港科研实力的肯定,必将激发更多香港年轻人的创科热情。特区政府正好借此东风,因势利导,加强STEM教育。投身创科一样有发展前途,一样可实现理想,长远而言,这会改变香港社会、家长对孩子成才的期望,拓宽香港青年的择业方向,对香港经济转型、可持续发展大有助益。

  港人有更多机会参与国家航天事业,对香港科研发展也是一大推动力。过去,香港创科确立了生物科技、人工智能、智慧城市、金融科技四大发展范畴,现在完全可以加上航天科技这一块,变成五大领域。国家给了香港机会,不能错过,香港也有这个实力,有这样的人才。香港创科基金今后还会把更多资源投入到相关领域,支持相关研究,并不断深化与内地的合作。

  实现香港航天科技产业化,是未来的一大方向,这与香港推动再工业化、北部都会区发展相辅相成。当香港的航天产业不断壮大,国际创科中心的内涵将更丰富,地位将更稳固。国家有完整的航天产业,香港引入一部分,就有一个很好的平台。香港也可以利用自身优势,引入国际人才。

  不可不知,航天产业大有「钱途」,单是北斗卫星导航系统,到2025年有机会达到一万亿人民币的年产值,而目前香港仍未有自己的北斗卫星导航应用系统。正如创新科技及工业局局长孙东所指出,香港只要将北斗的一部分做起来,哪怕只做到年产值一千亿,也相当于香港GDP上升一个百分点,也是一个巨大的产业。

  国家在港选拔载荷专家再次掀起全城航天热潮,成为香港STEM教育、科研、产业发展的重大机遇,说明国家是香港坚强后盾这句话不是口号,而是看得见、摸得到的事实。香港的未来在于融入国家发展大局,全力发展创科事业,香港年轻人的未来一片光明。

  Availing ourselves of the good opportunity to boost the development of Hong Kong's aerospace industry

  Favourable wind gives me a leg up , whirling me upward into the blue sky!  For the first time ever, our Motherland will select candidates in Hong Kong and Macao for payload specialists that could join the country's future space missions. The news immediately "ignites excitement" in the city's public opinion. For several days in a row, all media outlets including television and radio stations, newspapers and news websites are focusing on this hot topic. For the SAR Government, it is not only to help and coordinate the selection of candidates but, more importantly, also to make hay while the sun shines , turning the event into an important opportunity for promoting aerospace related education, scientific research and industrial development, so as to leverage Hong Kong's advantages in serving the country's needs and enable Hong Kong to enjoy brighter development prospects.

  Starting with the Hong Kong visit in 2003 by national Space Hero Yang Liwei, Hong Kong follow our country's aerospace endeavour with keen interest, their enthusiasm being kept on the boil. After Yang's visit, several groups of Hong Kong youths have visited the Mainland's satellite launch centres in Jiuquan and elsewhere. One after another, Hong Kong's universities have also set up aerospace related specialties, with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU), Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), City University of Hong Kong (CityU) and others keeping enhancing training concerned students. With regard to scientific research, the government's Innovation and Technology Fund (ITF) has provided financial aid to aerospace related research projects such as in biomedicine, mechanical engineering and others. In past several years, aerospace-technology industry began to flourish. The Hong Kong Aerospace Technology Group was formed and Hong Kong also joined the International Astronautical Federation (IAF). The first Hong Kong owned satellite was successfully launched last year, too. It is even more widely known that Hong Kong based scientists have participated in the country's major aerospace missions such as the Tianwen-1 and the collection of lunar soil samples. It may be said that following the progress of our country's aerospace industry, Hong Kong's aerospace related education, scientific research and industry have also taken shape from scratch.

  Our country will recruit only two payload specialists this time. This is meant one will be chosen from not just one thousand candidates but from ten thousand. Yet regardless of the fierce competition, this has turned something unimaginable into an opportunity well within reach for Hong Kong people to make their "space dream" come true. With this, our country not only shows its consistent support, care and trust for Hong Kong but also gives its recognition of Hong Kong's strength in scientific research, which is bound to arouse Hong Kong young people's greater enthusiasm in innovation and technology (InnoTech). The SAR Government can take the opportunity and make best use of the situation to enhance STEM education. It can also be very promising for young people to devote themselves to InnoTech, which can also help them to attain their aims. In the long run, this will change Hong Kong society's and parents' expectations of children growing to become useful persons, and broaden Hong Kong young people's career aspirations, which is of great help for Hong Kong's economic restructuring and sustainable development.

  That Hong Kong people have more opportunities to participate in the country's space endeavour also provides a great driving force for the development of scientific research in Hong Kong. So far, four categories of InnoTech development in Hong Kong has been established: biotechnology, artificial intelligence (AI), smart city and financial technology (FinTech). Now aerospace technology could be rightly added to become five domains. Hong Kong must not miss the opportunity offered by our country. Hong Kong also has the strength and talents in this regard. From now on, the ITF will inject more resources into relevant domains and support relevant research projects, and keep deepening cooperation with the Mainland.

  A general orientation in future is to industrialise Hong Kong's aerospace technology. This and Hong Kong's promotion of re-industrialisation and development of Northern Metropolis are supplementary to each other. Consistent growth of Hong Kong's aerospace industry will further enrich the meaning and consolidate the status of Hong Kong as an international InnoTech hub. Our country has a complete aerospace industry, a part of which Hong Kong could introduce in to build a very good platform. Hong Kong could also make use of its own advantages to introduce in talents from all over the world.

  One should also know that aerospace industry could potentially be very profitable. The annual output value of the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) alone could reach 1 trillion yuan by 2025, and right now Hong Kong has yet to have its own BDS application system. As pointed out by Su Dong, the secretary for Innovation, Technology and Industry, if Hong Kong just manages to take a proportion of the BDS business, say only 100 billion yuan in annual output, it is already equivalent to 1 per cent growth in Hong Kong’s GDP. That is an enormous industry.  

  Our nation's plan to recruit payload specialists in Hong Kong once again stimulates an upsurge of interest in aerospace across the city. It becomes a major opportunity for Hong Kong's STEM education, scientific research and industrial development. This illustrates the saying that "our Motherland always remains a strong backing for Hong Kong" is not a slogan but a description of visible and tangible facts. Hong Kong's future lies in its integration into the nation's overall development. Throwing themselves into InnoTech development, Hong Kong young people's future is rather bright.

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