A letter to the Chief Executive, regarding his October 2005 policy address.
Three independent think tanks — Hong Kong Policy Research Institute, Civic Exchange and Synergy Net – are jointly organizing a forum for Chief Executive Election Platform “What Is To Be Done?”.
The Economic Development and Labour Bureau’s (EDLB) Stage I Consultation Paper is too narrowly framed. It does not sufficiently address many important issues about potential reform in the Electricity Market…
Civic Exchange, a non-profit public policy think tank released a scientific research report today on fine particulate matter (PM2.5) in Hong Kong and Guangdong and ozone formation in Hong Kong and its surrounding area.
With air pollution reaching record-breaking levels in Hong Kong only recently, nonprofit public policy think tank, Civic Exchange, suggests air quality across the PRD is one of the main threats to public health and continues to adversely impact the economy.
Three independent think tanks – the Hong Kong Policy Research Institute, Civic Exchange and the SynergyNet – are jointly organizing a conference on 6 November 2004 (Saturday) entitled, “Constitutional Development: 2007/08 and Beyond”.
Civic Exchange CEO Christine Loh’s speech given at the UCLA Faculty Center.
Independent public policy think tank, Civic Exchange has incorporated a range of multi-media functions at its newly launched website www.vote04.hk.
Civic Exchange released a commissioned report by Prof Richard Cullen today discussing whether it is necessary for Hong Kong to have a special law governing political parties to help their further development in the HKSAR.
The non-partisan site, VOTE04, is a pilot project that aims to use alternative IT means and multimedia to encourage a higher turnout rate in the coming Legislative Council Election.