This book is edited by Minky Worden. Christine Loh contributed a chapter on air quality and the environment.
Geographically, this outline focuses on Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Zhuhai, Foshan, Jiangmen, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Huizhou, and Zhaoqing, reaching out to the Pan-Pearl River Delta Region.
Negotiators in Bali are unlikely to get Asian developing countries to agree to binding greenhouse emissions targets for now in the post-Kyoto climate change agreement, a report released on 6 December, 2007 by think tanks Civic Exchange and the Singapore Institute for International Affairs argues. The report…
In writing this year’s Alternative Policy Address, we are keeping to our tradition of publishing an alternative address prior to that of the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, which will be delivered in the Hong Kong Legislative Council on 10 October this year……
To guarantee its future success, Hong Kong needs to be even more the international financial, trade and maritime centre that Beijing believes it could be.
In the March 2003 follow-up report, Love Thy Neighbour, Christine Loh reviewed Hong Kong’s role in transforming the Pearl River Delta into China’s fastest-growing area and difficulties it faced during the process.
This book provides a thorough critique of Hong Kong’s problematic environmental policy since 1997.
This book examines how Tung Chee Hwa and Donald Tsang led Hong Kong. Their visions, styles, beliefs, and choices made a substantial difference to how Hong Kong has been governed in the last ten years.