Elizabeth Wong

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A commoner’s thoughts on the qualities needed by Hong Kong’s next leader
In a divided Hong Kong, let’s restore harmony by putting young people first
Leadership election not only shines spotlight on candidates – Hong Kong is on parade
We must have hope for the sake of our next generation
Congratulations to Hong Kong’s new lawmakers ... now do your duty with humility
New Legco street fighters will give the Hong Kong government a hard time
Hong Kong localists have grabbed the spotlight – what next?
Divided Hong Kong must think of the legacy it leaves next generation
On Second Thought: Chinese leadership needs to go the extra mile after Zhang Dejiang’s Hong Kong visit
Ten Years dares to be different – and daring is not a dirty word
A snapshot of political rifts and cultural shifts in Hong Kong here and now
As Hong Kong becomes  increasingly polarised, we need policies that connect with the people
Older and wiser: the secret survival skills of Hong Kong’s elderly
On Second Thought: After 30 years, time to recognise contribution of district councils in Hong Kong's democratic development
Hong Kong is a city on the verge of a new social paradigm
Hong Kong's move away from non-interventionism should be judged on its results, not intentions
Reform is an opportunity beyond risk

This is a crucial week for Hong Kong. The Standing Committee of the National People's Congress is meeting to consider methods for selecting our chief executive in 2017. The outcome is expected this weekend.

29 Aug 2014 - 4:22AM

This is a crucial week for Hong Kong. The Standing Committee of the National People's Congress is meeting to consider methods for selecting our chief executive in 2017. The outcome is expected this weekend.

Reform is an opportunity beyond risk
Horse brings a window of opportunity
All things are possible in slow crawl to reform

On December 4, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-Ngor launched a consultation document on methods for forming the 2016 Legislative Council and for selecting the chief executive in 2017.

13 Dec 2013 - 4:17AM

On December 4, Chief Secretary Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-Ngor launched a consultation document on methods for forming the 2016 Legislative Council and for selecting the chief executive in 2017.

All things are possible in slow crawl to reform
Missing links in government's population policy consultation paper
Libby admirers in malady of love
Why health care needs fresh injection of ideas
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notes from the dorm
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