Victor C.K. Wai
Victor C.K. Wai
Dr Victor C.K. Wai is a retired banker and accountant.

After the Asian financial crisis, a group of professionals tried to warn the government against a damaging standstill in land development, but the advice fell on deaf ears. Hong Kong continues to face mountain-like obstacles to land development, and would benefit from a more participatory approach to governance.

Concerns from the world of accounting and banking demonstrate why a sudden and forced melding of two dissimilar judicial systems is inadvisable for Hong Kong.