ELIZABETH WONG CHIEN CHI-LIEN

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Our young people want a better future

Call me a gullible wearer of rose-tinted glasses; I see Hong Kong as the city of the free. Freer than most cities. Certainly, for the moment at least, it is freer than any other city in China.

3 Oct 2014 - 3:55AM

Call me a gullible wearer of rose-tinted glasses; I see Hong Kong as the city of the free. Freer than most cities. Certainly, for the moment at least, it is freer than any other city in China.

Our young people want a better future
Stakes are high for all in bet on political reform

Hong Kong is on the threshold of a historical turning point. But this turning point could, in a heartbeat, turn into a breaking point.

25 Jul 2014 - 3:42AM

Hong Kong is on the threshold of a historical turning point. But this turning point could, in a heartbeat, turn into a breaking point.

Stakes are high for all in bet on political reform
It's crunch time as white paper waved like red flag to bull

Today is the start of a pop vote for a civil referendum, organised by the Occupy Central movement and the Alliance for True Democracy, on the controversial subject of civic nomination for the election of Hong Kong's chief executive in 2017.

20 Jun 2014 - 2:43AM

Today is the start of a pop vote for a civil referendum, organised by the Occupy Central movement and the Alliance for True Democracy, on the controversial subject of civic nomination for the election of Hong Kong's chief executive in 2017.

It's crunch time as white paper waved like red flag to bull
I have a dream … that Hong Kong's next chief executive will be a woman

Like being in the eye of a storm, we wait with bated breath for the government to reveal the outcome of its deliberations on the proposals submitted during the first round of consultations on electoral reform.

16 May 2014 - 3:15AM

Like being in the eye of a storm, we wait with bated breath for the government to reveal the outcome of its deliberations on the proposals submitted during the first round of consultations on electoral reform.

I have a dream … that Hong Kong's next chief executive will be a woman
Shanghai visit promises drama that will keep us watching

Our legislators have never had it so good. First, they were invited to breakfast by the chief secretary. Now, they are invited to Shanghai.

11 Apr 2014 - 4:40AM

Our legislators have never had it so good. First, they were invited to breakfast by the chief secretary. Now, they are invited to Shanghai.

Shanghai visit promises drama that will keep us watching
Stop saving for a rainy day when it's raining right now
On Second Thought: Government ignores protest movement at its peril
Change brings risk and opportunity for hero or villain Leung Chun-ying
Post-Snowden, a war looms on the internet, but Hong Kong can act to stop it
Solving city's housing needs not a walk in the park

Last week the government floated the idea of building flats in country parks. The proposed fundamental shift in Hong Kong's conservation policy is at once peremptory and presumptuous.

20 Sep 2013 - 4:06AM

Last week the government floated the idea of building flats in country parks. The proposed fundamental shift in Hong Kong's conservation policy is at once peremptory and presumptuous.

Solving city's housing needs not a walk in the park