Anthony Cheung

Anthony Cheung

Professor Anthony Cheung Bing-leung is Hong Kong's secretary for transport and housing. He was president of the Hong Kong Institute of Education and chair professor of public administration until June 2012. Prior to 2008, he was a professor at the Department of Public and Social Administration of the City University of Hong Kong.

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Hong Kong taxi drivers should welcome a premium service that will meet consumer demand
Hong Kong can’t solve its housing problems without trade-offs
Risks carefully weighed in airport expansion plan that's vital for Hong Kong
Trade-offs are needed to solve Hong Kong's housing problems
New rail projects will keep public transport system right on track

The government's new railway development strategy provides a blueprint for planning the expansion of Hong Kong's network up to 2031. It is based on a consultancy review of the 2000 development strategy, taking into account views collected in two rounds of public engagement in 2012 and last year.

20 Sep 2014 - 3:45AM

The government's new railway development strategy provides a blueprint for planning the expansion of Hong Kong's network up to 2031. It is based on a consultancy review of the 2000 development strategy, taking into account views collected in two rounds of public engagement in 2012 and last year.

New rail projects will keep public transport system right on track
Drastic measures necessary to stabilise Hong Kong property market

The Legislative Council will resume the second reading of the Stamp Duty (Amendment) Bill on Wednesday. The bill, if passed, will end the extended period of uncertainty in the market over the demand management measures introduced by the government in October 2012 - namely, an enhanced special stamp duty to curb short-term speculation and a new buyer's stamp duty to raise transaction costs for everyone except Hong Kong permanent residents.

17 Feb 2014 - 3:05AM

The Legislative Council will resume the second reading of the Stamp Duty (Amendment) Bill on Wednesday. The bill, if passed, will end the extended period of uncertainty in the market over the demand management measures introduced by the government in October 2012 - namely, an enhanced special stamp duty to curb short-term speculation and a new buyer's stamp duty to raise transaction costs for everyone except Hong Kong permanent residents.

Drastic measures necessary to stabilise Hong Kong property market
A party desperate to find a 'new way'
Guidelines needed to negotiate change
Has Hong Kong become irrelevant to China?
Citizenship key to social cohesion
Hard times mean hard choices for budget-makers
New cultural mecca or  another Harbour Fest?
No taxation without representation
Appointing a deputy won't solve the problem
Days of reckoning for Hong Kong
Why Beijing will get tougher on Taiwan
Why we need to prepare for the worst
Demise of old-style politics
9 Aug 2004 - 12:00AM
Demise of old-style politics
Stand up for our way of life
5 Jun 2004 - 12:00AM
Stand up for our way of life
Blueprint for a graceful transition
Setting the  benchmark  for integrity
Double the trouble for Beijing?
The worst of times
31 Dec 2003 - 12:00AM
The worst of times
Barriers to a breakthrough
6 Sep 2004 - 12:00AM
Barriers to a breakthrough
Taxing questions cannot be ignored
No magic solutions
12 May 2004 - 12:00AM
No magic solutions
The new political map
13 Sep 2004 - 12:00AM
The new political map
Let's start again from scratch
29 Nov 2004 - 12:00AM
Let's start again from scratch
Look to the Lion City
16 Aug 2004 - 12:00AM
Look  to the  Lion City
The politics of livelihood
28 Sep 2004 - 12:00AM
The politics of livelihood