Thirteen educators, including (front, from the left) Ho Hon-kuen, Chiu Cheung-ki and Wong Kam-leung, hold a press conference at Causeway Bay Victoria Kindergarten & International Nursery on August 9 before they submit their applications to contest the Election Committee education subsector election. Photo: Nora Tam Thirteen educators, including (front, from the left) Ho Hon-kuen, Chiu Cheung-ki and Wong Kam-leung, hold a press conference at Causeway Bay Victoria Kindergarten & International Nursery on August 9 before they submit their applications to contest the Election Committee education subsector election. Photo: Nora Tam
Thirteen educators, including (front, from the left) Ho Hon-kuen, Chiu Cheung-ki and Wong Kam-leung, hold a press conference at Causeway Bay Victoria Kindergarten & International Nursery on August 9 before they submit their applications to contest the Election Committee education subsector election. Photo: Nora Tam
Henry Ho
Opinion

Opinion

Henry Ho

Why the Election Committee polls are a hopeful time for Hong Kong politics

  • Electoral reform will bring about more balanced participation and broader representation on the Election Committee, with a new generation of political elites
  • The city will have more political room to manoeuvre as long as it holds tight to the baseline of patriotism

Thirteen educators, including (front, from the left) Ho Hon-kuen, Chiu Cheung-ki and Wong Kam-leung, hold a press conference at Causeway Bay Victoria Kindergarten & International Nursery on August 9 before they submit their applications to contest the Election Committee education subsector election. Photo: Nora Tam Thirteen educators, including (front, from the left) Ho Hon-kuen, Chiu Cheung-ki and Wong Kam-leung, hold a press conference at Causeway Bay Victoria Kindergarten & International Nursery on August 9 before they submit their applications to contest the Election Committee education subsector election. Photo: Nora Tam
Thirteen educators, including (front, from the left) Ho Hon-kuen, Chiu Cheung-ki and Wong Kam-leung, hold a press conference at Causeway Bay Victoria Kindergarten & International Nursery on August 9 before they submit their applications to contest the Election Committee education subsector election. Photo: Nora Tam
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Henry Ho

Henry Ho

Henry Ho Kin-chung is the founder and chairman of One Country Two Systems Youth Forum. He obtained a doctor of laws from Peking University, and two master degrees from London School of Economics and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. He has experience in local think-tanks as well as the HKSAR Government. He is a former political assistant to the secretary for development, full-time researcher and part-time member of the Central Policy Unit, and the assistant director of Hong Kong Policy Research Institute.