Yiqiao WANG: “Revolving Door”: Does It Work for Hong Kong?

  “Revolving door mechanism” describes metaphorically the movement of personnel in politics especially in Europe and the US. Take US for example, it refers to the […]

Henry K C HO: How Can Hong Kong Free Itself from the Dilemma of ‘The More Consultation, The Less Consensus’?

To consider the decision to build the new Palace Museum in Hong Kong’s West Kowloon Cultural District (WKCD) as just another ‘gift’ from the central government […]

Henry K C HO: Home Purchases Should Be Allowed in The Greater Bay Area

  The “Greater Bay Area” (GBA) is undoubtedly one of the key focuses of the National People’s Congress (NPC) and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference […]

Henry K C HO: The Neglected Group: Hong Kong Students Graduated in the Mainland

In recent years, more and more Hong Kong youths have chosen to study in Mainland universities. According to statistics, there are about 15,000 Hong Kong students […]