As it turns out, the meeting arrangements made by the LegCo president when scrutinizing the Bill were legal, rational and considerate. If the opposition continues to make trouble, they would be the ones who would lose public trust.
As children’s well-being is a broad and complex issue, Hong Kong must not only have a comprehensive and down-to-earth child policy, but also allocate sufficient resources and resolve the situation of divided authority across multiple government departments.
The Bay Area is to set a new milestone for Hong Kong’s development while ushering in a new era for Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao.
If Hong Kong continues to rest on its laurels and hopes that the Central Government will keep providing concessionary measures, it will only begin slipping into the abyss of retrogression
Can Hong Kong re-industrialize and recover lost ground through innovation? It depends on whether the current government has far-reaching vision and mind to drive the SAR’s overall development with re-industrialization momentum.
Instead of regarding the takeover of the Tate’s Cairn Tunnel as simply a technical task, the Government should think about how to ease the protracted above-capacity tunnel traffic during peak hours.
It is necessary for Hong Kong to safeguard the rights and interests of FDHs and their employers. This will not only help get rid of allegations that Hong Kong’s FDHs are in debt bondage, but also maintain the competitiveness of Hong Kong’s FDH market in the international community.
At the beginning of a new year, there is usually a lot of media coverage on Hong Kong people’s new year wishes, including reports on patients of rare diseases and their families desperate for new drugs to ease their illness and thus resume normal life. It is heart-warming that this year will be the year when their hope will turn into reality.
Improving the Rules of Procedure (RoP) to have a rational, solemn constitutional authority back is not only a victory for Hong Kong society at large, but also the best new year gift for Hong Kong people.
Hong Kong will miss the boat if it continues to hold itself back and does not cherish the new opportunities in the Great Bay Area, and it will not only be marginalized, but may even be reduced to a second-rate city in the future.