BBC World Service: Civic Exchange communications director Joyce Lau described the effects of the palm oil spill on Hong Kong’s beaches. (Click the button above to listen)
The Financial Times: Civic Exchange spokesperson Joyce Lau was quoted as saying that there should be better communication between the Guangdong and Hong Kong authorities in the event of marine spills.
The Standard: Civic Exchange spokesperson Joyce Lau commented about the government’s response to a palm oil spill that left 13 Hong Kong beaches closed.
The South China Morning Post: A book review of “Global Cities: Urban Environments in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and China”, written by Civic Exchange Fellow Simon Ng and American academic Robert Gottlieb.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Civic Exchange spokesperson Joyce Lau and ADM Capital Foundation researcher Sam Inglis discuss Hong Kong’s water supply on RTHK Money Talk.
ViuTV: Civic Exchange board chairman Evan Auyang comments on a wide range of issues on ViuTV’s Weekly Re-Viu programme, such as Hong Kong’s Smart City blueprint, compared to those of rival cities like Singapore and Shenzhen.
China Water Risk: Subtropical, rainy Hong Kong seems blessed with water but, as Civic Exchange shows, this is an “illusion of plenty”.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Civic Exchange Fellow Simon Ng suggests that the Government enforce tighter sulphur emission rules.
Bloomberg: Civic Exchange’s board chairman Evan Auyang discusses Hong Kong’s growth over the past 20 years since the handover.
Harbour Times: For a compact urban jungle, Hong Kong uses a shocking amount of freshwater resources.
South China Morning Post: The easy supply of water from the mainland and low water tariffs have lulled Hongkongers into a false sense of security, unaware of the mounting pressure on water supplies in many parts of the world, including the Pearl River Delta.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Evan Auyang, board chairman of Civic Exchange, talks about providing better buses in Hong Kong.