Eugene Kin-Keung Chan

Dr Eugene Kin-Keung Chan is president of the Association of Hong Kong Professionals.
Eugene Kin-Keung Chan
Dr Eugene Kin-Keung Chan is president of the Association of Hong Kong Professionals.

Latest from Eugene Kin-Keung Chan

Opinion | Foreign-trained doctors can only be a temporary cure for Hong Kong’s chronic staff shortage

The problem is a mismatch in numbers between Hongkongers seeking to use the public health service and the doctors and nurses in the sector. Opening the door to overseas doctors is necessary, but not sufficient to ease the overcrowding.

8 May 2019 - 7:00AM

The problem is a mismatch in numbers between Hongkongers seeking to use the public health service and the doctors and nurses in the sector. Opening the door to overseas doctors is necessary, but not sufficient to ease the overcrowding.

Foreign-trained doctors can only be a temporary cure for Hong Kong’s chronic staff shortage
Opinion | How Hong Kong can create the right conditions for Article 23 national security legislation in 2019

The Hong Kong government should set up an influential and broad-based committee, including young people, to listen to the public and explain why a national security law is needed.

9 Jan 2019 - 6:48AM

The Hong Kong government should set up an influential and broad-based committee, including young people, to listen to the public and explain why a national security law is needed.

How Hong Kong can create the right conditions for Article 23 national security legislation in 2019
How large-scale East Lantau reclamation can provide the best foundation for Hong Kong’s future

The enhanced version of the East Lantau Metropolis, proposed by Our Hong Kong Foundation, balances the city’s need for housing, conservation and development.

1 Sep 2018 - 8:05PM

The enhanced version of the East Lantau Metropolis, proposed by Our Hong Kong Foundation, balances the city’s need for housing, conservation and development.

How large-scale East Lantau reclamation can provide the best foundation for Hong Kong’s future
Supply shortage means home is where the hardship is for Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s pan-democrat lawmakers should accept Beijing’s hand of friendship

Pan-democratic legislators should seize the opportunity to have more fruitful communication with the central government’s liaison office, to help Hong Kong overcome its many challenges.

2 May 2018 - 4:02PM

Pan-democratic legislators should seize the opportunity to have more fruitful communication with the central government’s liaison office, to help Hong Kong overcome its many challenges.

Hong Kong’s pan-democrat lawmakers should accept Beijing’s hand of friendship
US-China friction, especially over Taiwan, could burn Hong Kong too

Hong Kong should keep its eye on not only how the US-China tensions develop, but also how sternly Beijing responds to Washington’s moves to cosy up to Taiwan.

30 Mar 2018 - 4:11PM

Hong Kong should keep its eye on not only how the US-China tensions develop, but also how sternly Beijing responds to Washington’s moves to cosy up to Taiwan.

US-China friction, especially over Taiwan, could burn Hong Kong too