Hi The local market is less and less keen to hire professionals - especially in communications - who are not capable of reading and writing standard Chinese. Classified Post publishes a detailed and pretty accurate salary index every year; you can easily find it on the Internet. HK$350-400k for a couple with a kid is extremely low. For 20k/mo you will get around 400 sq ft. on the island and that's just for the accomodation. International childcare alone will cost you 10-15k per mo on top of that. Overall, the cost of life in Hong Kong is higher than in most European capital cities including London. RS
Hi You need to create the company, then hire yourself and build a business case for the investment visa. The rules for the case to be accepted are obviously not public but there are lots of people who can help you. The investment is nothing like HK$7m (that's for the Capital Investment visa, which is very different from the normal Investment). Depending on the company business and the content of the case, you might even not have to put any money on the table at all (but you will need to be able to prove that you'll have enough to live at least two years in HK).
More or less the same direction from the same spot just now. After a few days of heavy rain, the air is clearing up nicely. The mountain in the distance pictured below is the same mentioned in the following topic: https://xpat.life/forum/19633-chiang-rais-secret-beauty-spots/