Matthew Cheung

Matthew Cheung

Matthew Cheung Kin-chung is chief secretary of Hong Kong.

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Opinion | Understanding how China’s constitution relates to Hong Kong’s Basic Law is key to accurately grasping ‘one country, two systems’

Without the constitution, the Basic Law and the HKSAR would not have existed. It has also provided the basis for the implementation of ‘one country, two systems’, thus playing a key role in maintaining our long-term prosperity and stability.

Without the constitution, the Basic Law and the HKSAR would not have existed. It has also provided the basis for the implementation of ‘one country, two systems’, thus playing a key role in maintaining our long-term prosperity and stability.

3 Dec 2020 - 6:56AM
Opinion | Extradition bill will enable Hong Kong to uphold justice, and built-in safeguards mean fears are unfounded

The rules under which extradition would be considered are clear-cut, Hong Kong’s judicial independence remains strong and not acting on this agreement would jeopardise public safety.

The rules under which extradition would be considered are clear-cut, Hong Kong’s judicial independence remains strong and not acting on this agreement would jeopardise public safety.

13 May 2019 - 7:16AM
Opinion | Hong Kong’s resolve to tackle people trafficking and protect domestic helpers is beyond doubt

Hong Kong’s Chief Secretary for Administration Matthew Cheung says recent record on fighting people trafficking and protection of domestic helpers speaks for itself

Hong Kong’s Chief Secretary for Administration Matthew Cheung says recent record on fighting people trafficking and protection of domestic helpers speaks for itself

9 Mar 2019 - 9:09PM
News and views that inform – and shape – Hong Kong: three readers of the South China Morning Post reflect on newspaper’s 115th anniversary

The South China Morning Post published its first edition on November 6, 1903. As it now marks its 115th anniversary, three readers reflect on its importance to Hong Kong as a window to the English-speaking world and a gauge on public views.

The South China Morning Post published its first edition on November 6, 1903. As it now marks its 115th anniversary, three readers reflect on its importance to Hong Kong as a window to the English-speaking world and a gauge on public views.

6 Nov 2018 - 9:22AM
Opinion | How Hong Kong will spend the HK$500 million earmarked for support of its ethnic minorities

The raft of measures aimed at fostering ethnic minority integration into wider society and giving them a lift in upward mobility will focus on education, employment and access to public services.

The raft of measures aimed at fostering ethnic minority integration into wider society and giving them a lift in upward mobility will focus on education, employment and access to public services.

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