City Beat by Tammy Tam
Hong Kong needs stronger leadership more than ever, as Beijing exerts its ‘supervisory’ role over the city
- A fresh liaison office statement, this time on the May 1 return of protests, is another wake-up call to local government
- While inaccurate Opium War lesson at a Hong Kong secondary school only serves to anger and alienate mainland population
Tammy Tam is the South China Morning Post's Editor-in-Chief and is responsible for its editorial direction, strategic development and newsroom operations. She is a Board Member of the World Editors Forum, the leading network for news editors that focuses on the future of quality journalism, newsroom transformation and defending press freedom. Tammy is also the Vice-chairwoman of the Hong Kong News Executives' Association. Prior to joining SCMP, Tammy spent 20 years in the television industry in leadership roles managing editorial teams and corporate development strategies.