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Citizens Party

Loh a curious choice for government role but could make an impact in office

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

Sunday, 12 August, 2012, 11:57pm

Political Animal

It wasn't Donald's dressing down that got Legco hot under the collar

Debate was heated in the Legislative Council yesterday but the heat was real rather than political. A sudden surge of temperature in the chamber had everyone perspiring.

13 Jul 2006 - 12:00am

Is bus TV debate much ado about nothing?

I do not object to the current operation of the on-board television in buses, simply because when it comes to any campaign against bus operators, there are more important things to highlight.

7 Jan 2002 - 12:00am

Anti-bus-TV lobby should stand up

I refer to the letter from Catherine Ng of the Citizens Party headlined 'India's buses also have noisy broadcasts' (South China Morning Post, October 30).

The only buses that have such broadcasts are what are known as 'tourist coaches'. In other words, they are the long-haul buses that travel between cities and between states, not the buses that run within a city.

14 Nov 2001 - 12:00am

Bus company should back survey claim

I do not think the Commissioner for Transport (letter headlined 'Feedback monitor', South China Morning Post, March 29) recognises how serious the problem of broadcasting on buses is.

10 Apr 2001 - 12:00am

Votes that count

When Citizens Party chairwoman Christine Loh Kung-wai announced she would not be standing in next month's election because she felt she could work more effectively if freed from the constraints of the Legislative Council, she was acting out frustrations felt by all sides of the house.

2 Aug 2000 - 12:00am

Department making lame excuses

Citizens Party supports the Equal Opportunities Commission's attempt to get a judicial review of the method of allocating secondary school places (report headlined, 'Watchdog in legal bid to end school sex bias', South China Morning Post, July 14).

19 Jul 2000 - 12:00am

Red-line press plan under fire

The Government is under growing pressure to drop a plan to label newspapers that contain pornographic content with a prominent red line.

20 Jun 2000 - 12:00am

'Christine Loh to quit Legco' rumours fly

Speculation was rife last night that Citizens Party legislator Christine Loh Kung-wai might not run in the Legco polls in September.

According to one source, Ms Loh felt it was time for a change after nearly nine years in the legislature and was frustrated with the failure of Legco to play a meaningful role in the political system.

11 Apr 2000 - 12:00am


Independent district councillor Ronald Fung yesterday announced his bid to run in September's Legco polls on Hong Kong Island.

Mr Fung, who is a regular television programme host, is planning to stage a one-man campaign against potential heavyweights like Democrat leader Martin Lee Chu-ming and Citizens Party chairwoman Christine Loh Kung-wai.

13 Mar 2000 - 12:00am

Bias setback

A bill drafted by Christine Loh Kung-wai to ban racial discrimination has been rejected by the Government. Ms Loh, who chairs the Citizens Party, said she was told by officials that her proposed bill was not in line with the Basic Law.

11 Dec 1999 - 12:00am


Quality education is one of the Chief Executive's chief priorities.

The Education Commission is complementing this year's Policy Address by organising open forums to discuss reforms.

11 Nov 1999 - 12:00am

Molestation prevention message needs rethinking

Recently while watching television I saw an advertisement directed at young children with the message: no one has the right to sexually molest you. I was disturbed by part of the message.

The advertisement asked children to wear swimsuits when they are on the beach in order to protect themselves.

Surely, that is the wrong message.

30 Mar 1999 - 12:00am


Clutching a stuffed panda, Citizens Party leader Christine Loh Kung-wai leads a group of supporters yesterday on a tram ride through Hong Kong Island to mark the United Nations International Women's Day.

9 Mar 1999 - 12:00am

Reclamation meeting queried

CITIZENS Party chairwoman Christine Loh Kung-wai has criticised officials for holding a seminar on the Kowloon Bay reclamation on February 19 - the first working day after the Lunar New Year holiday. 'It seems awfully suspicious . . . when many interested parties are on vacation.'

7 Feb 1999 - 12:00am