Robin Hibberd

Robin Hibberd

Robin Hibberd was an executive vice-president with a large Canadian-based international bank until 2015 and was responsible for its businesses in Hong Kong and China and the Asian region.. He has lived in Hong Kong since 1993 and is a former president of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.

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Opinion | The violence won’t end if Hongkongers would prefer to take their chances with the mob rather than side with Carrie Lam

Many people understand the rage of the protesters, even if they don’t support the violence. Such empathy is further coloured by mistrust of the Carrie Lam administration. The government must take positive action to realign public opinion.

9 Oct 2019 - 9:08AM

Many people understand the rage of the protesters, even if they don’t support the violence. Such empathy is further coloured by mistrust of the Carrie Lam administration. The government must take positive action to realign public opinion.

The violence won’t end if Hongkongers would prefer to take their chances with the mob rather than side with Carrie Lam
Opinion | After the 1967 summer of discontent, Murray MacLehose led the crusade for a happy and prosperous Hong Kong. Where is that spirit today?

Housing, education, medical care and social welfare: the issues addressed by the British governor in the wake of the 1967 unrest are again front and centre in Hong Kong’s latest summer of discontent. Will the government take a leaf out of MacLehose’s book?

30 Sep 2019 - 6:38AM

Housing, education, medical care and social welfare: the issues addressed by the British governor in the wake of the 1967 unrest are again front and centre in Hong Kong’s latest summer of discontent. Will the government take a leaf out of MacLehose’s book?

After the 1967 summer of discontent, Murray MacLehose led the crusade for a happy and prosperous Hong Kong. Where is that spirit today?