Articles

September 15, 2021

Henry Ho: Why the Election Committee polls are a hopeful time for Hong Kong politics

The Election Committee subsector elections on Sunday will be a pivotal moment for Hong Kong. How the city conducts polls for the powerful Election Committee that […]
August 30, 2021

Henry Ho : Smearing China distracts from West’s domestic failures – 24/08/2021

While many Western countries have continued to agonize over how to combat COVID-19, the pandemic is putting China under the spotlight as never before. While China […]
August 30, 2021

Henry Ho: Hijacking well-being of people: Are the likes of the PTU still unions? – 29/08/2021

I refer to The Economist article “Teaching them a lesson”, dated Aug 21. It cited the dissolution of the Hong Kong Professional Teachers’ Union and other […]
July 9, 2021

Edmond Sy: ‘Police state’ label hurled is anything but part of intelligent discussion

The joyful celebrations of the double anniversary on July 1 were shaded by a vicious attack that night in Causeway Bay. A “lone wolf” attacker stabbed […]
June 30, 2021

Henry Ho: Centenary offers opportunity for better understanding

This week, there will be three anniversary celebrations in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. July 1 is the 100th anniversary of the founding of the […]
May 27, 2021

Henry Ho: Scaremongering over NSL defies both facts and common sense

Since the National Security Law for Hong Kong was promulgated for implementation, criticisms have, as expected, been coming in from the United States, Britain and other […]
March 8, 2021

Henry Ho : Electoral reform heralds a new chapter of development

Around the world, the Basic Law of Hong Kong is one of very few constitutional documents which stipulate the direction, conditions and final goal of the […]
March 2, 2021

Henry Ho: Why It is Difficult for Hong Kong to Achieve ‘Zero Infection’

At the time that this article is published, I am receiving the 14-day quarantine at home in Hong Kong, which is the second 14-day quarantine I […]
February 17, 2021

Henry Ho : Is Cross-Border Welfare the Solution for Aging Problem in Hong Kong?

Secretary for Labour and Welfare Dr Law Chi-kwong published two articles in October 2020, addressing the problem of rapidly aging population in Hong Kong, as well […]