Walking unobstructed in the city should be a government policy goal. There is a strong case for catering to pedestrians because it significantly improves a community's quality of life.Friday, 24 August, 2012, 3:08am
Christine Loh was espied sipping champagne in the Hong Kong Club recently and this has set some tongues wagging that she has accepted C.Y. Leung's invitation to join his government as undersecretary for environment.17 Aug 2012 - 5:58am
In a report commissioned by the international investment group CLSA on Hong Kong's new chief executive, Christine Loh Kung-wai outlined Leung Chun-ying's most pressing environmental challenges: he should look at how to manage waste, tackle the notorious air pollution and conserve nature, she wrote.12 Aug 2012 - 11:57pm
I'm not afraid of anyone. I will fight for justice and a new Mongolia
Former President Nambar Enkhbayar, who was jailed for four years on corruption charges
Whatever question you ask me, I will say only 'no comment'
Think-tank chief Christine Loh Kung-wai, who is widely tipped to become the undersecretary for the environment15 Aug 2012 - 11:01pm
Environmental researcher and democracy activist Christine Loh Kung-wai is strongly tipped to become undersecretary for the environment.
Green activists welcomed the choice of the former lawmaker, but said she would have to quit her role as chief executive of public-policy think tank Civic Exchange if she joined the government to avoid a conflict of interest.15 Aug 2012 - 10:58pm
Leung Chun-ying's sports policy has three strands, according to the chief executive-elect's election manifesto - promote sport for the community, cultivate elite athletes and make Hong Kong a place for major sports events. And a new sports commissioner will review and refine existing management.18 May 2012 - 12:00am
Dealing with poverty is a key challenge for chief executive-elect Leung Chun-ying. His election promise to provide more subsidised housing won't be enough because the quality and quantity of many public services have deteriorated since 2000.6 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
When legislators formally debate the budget next month, they need to ask some fundamental questions about the Hong Kong style of fiscal management.
Why does the government frequently get its forecasts wrong? In February 2010, officials estimated a budget deficit of HK$25.2 billion. Yet Hong Kong ended up with a staggering HK$75.1 billion surplus that fiscal year.10 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Nothing, it seems, can undermine the resilience and resourcefulness of Hong Kong people and its business community. The budget shows yet again just how strong public finances are. A large surplus - HK$66.7billion - is estimated for the current year, and Hong Kong can look forward to growth despite a tough general economic outlook.3 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Athree-way race for chief executive will be most interesting. With the selection completed of the 1,200 people who will elect Hong Kong's next leader, the pan-democratic camp can now be assured that their candidate will get the 150 nominations needed to be at the starting block. Indeed, the pan-democrats garnered 205 seats.16 Dec 2011 - 12:00am