This was important when the chief executive had failed to utter his governance philosophy clearly, said Lui Tai-lok (above), director of the Institute of Education's Academy of Hong Kong Studies, which was set up in the summer. Photo: Edmond So This was important when the chief executive had failed to utter his governance philosophy clearly, said Lui Tai-lok (above), director of the Institute of Education's Academy of Hong Kong Studies, which was set up in the summer. Photo: Edmond So
This was important when the chief executive had failed to utter his governance philosophy clearly, said Lui Tai-lok (above), director of the Institute of Education's Academy of Hong Kong Studies, which was set up in the summer. Photo: Edmond So

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This was important when the chief executive had failed to utter his governance philosophy clearly, said Lui Tai-lok (above), director of the Institute of Education's Academy of Hong Kong Studies, which was set up in the summer. Photo: Edmond So This was important when the chief executive had failed to utter his governance philosophy clearly, said Lui Tai-lok (above), director of the Institute of Education's Academy of Hong Kong Studies, which was set up in the summer. Photo: Edmond So
This was important when the chief executive had failed to utter his governance philosophy clearly, said Lui Tai-lok (above), director of the Institute of Education's Academy of Hong Kong Studies, which was set up in the summer. Photo: Edmond So
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