Morning Brew on RTHK Radio 3: Civic Exchange Fellow Simon Ng and US academic Prof. Gottlieb discuss transport, pollution and recycling in LA and HK, two cities that have much to learn from each other.
Radio Television Hong Kong: Visiting US scholar Prof. Robert Gottlieb compared the ways that Hong Kong and Los Angeles handle air pollution and food security. He co-authored “Global Cities: Urban Environments in Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and China” with Civic Exchange Fellow Simon Ng.
HK01 Weekly (Issue 75): Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang commented on what he felt was a flawed water security policy in Hong Kong. HK01 dedicated a five-page print feature on the issue, with a video on their website.
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.