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The Magna Carta and Hong Kong's Basic Law: two big anniversaries

The year 2015 marks the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. It was hailed by Lord Denning, a celebrated English judge, as "the greatest constitutional document of all times.

17 Apr 2015 - 1:45AM

The year 2015 marks the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta. It was hailed by Lord Denning, a celebrated English judge, as "the greatest constitutional document of all times.

The Magna Carta and Hong Kong's Basic Law: two big anniversaries
Lam Woon-kwong: lessons on managing our rubbish from Tokyo

Walking in a farmers' market in central Tokyo one Sunday morning, I witnessed two things which merit reflections on our lifestyle, being residents of a city comparable to Tokyo in terms of crowd density.

25 Apr 2014 - 3:59AM

Walking in a farmers' market in central Tokyo one Sunday morning, I witnessed two things which merit reflections on our lifestyle, being residents of a city comparable to Tokyo in terms of crowd density.

Lam Woon-kwong: lessons on managing our rubbish from Tokyo
Democracy is only option to offer relative stability
Anniversaries of battles and bloodshed offer chance for reflection: Lam Woon-kwong

This year should be one for serious reflection. It marks the 150th anniversary of the fall of Tianjing - now Nanjing - capital of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, effectively ending a 14-year civil war (1851-64) that nearly overthrew the Qing dynasty.

3 Jan 2014 - 3:59AM

This year should be one for serious reflection. It marks the 150th anniversary of the fall of Tianjing - now Nanjing - capital of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, effectively ending a 14-year civil war (1851-64) that nearly overthrew the Qing dynasty.

Anniversaries of battles and bloodshed offer chance for reflection: Lam Woon-kwong
It's high time to end Hong Kong's era of bogged-down government
Use the tools of democracy or risk losing them
It's up to us all to bring about change in our lives

The chief executive may not be universally popular, but that should not mean his policies should be disregarded. Since July last year, Leung Chun-ying has taken steps on each of the four key issues he promised to tackle: housing, poverty, ageing and the environment.

20 Jul 2018 - 2:51PM

The chief executive may not be universally popular, but that should not mean his policies should be disregarded. Since July last year, Leung Chun-ying has taken steps on each of the four key issues he promised to tackle: housing, poverty, ageing and the environment.

It's up to us all to bring about change in our lives