Andrew Leung says just asking lawmakers coming in on a ‘self-determination’ platform to cooperate with the administration is unlikely to help. What is needed is a paradigm shift in thinking to address concerns on both sides

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Andrew Leung says just asking lawmakers coming in on a ‘self-determination’ platform to cooperate with the administration is unlikely to help. What is needed is a paradigm shift in thinking to address concerns on both sides

Topic |   Legislative Council elections 2016

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Andrew Leung says just asking lawmakers coming in on a ‘self-determination’ platform to cooperate with the administration is unlikely to help. What is needed is a paradigm shift in thinking to address concerns on both sides
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Andrew Leung

Andrew Leung

Andrew Leung has had decades of experience as a senior Hong Kong government official in a variety of fields including finance, industry, social welfare and overseas representation. Since his retirement in 2005, he has built up a reputation as an international and independent China strategist. He features regularly in international TV channels and conferences.