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.
This book examines Hong Kong’s failure to make significant constitutional progress during the past decade. It tells the story of how Beijing and the HKSAR Government stalled constitutional reform and seized control of the community’s discussion on political development.
Hong Kong is one of the few jurisdictions that has not enacted archival legislation, not only in Asia but worldwide. The absence of archival legislation has resulted in gross structural deficiencies regarding the management of public records, which affect not only the preservation of documentary heritage but also…
Published by CLSA Asia Pacific Markets, this article reviews carbon trading and its role in Hong Kong and China.
This report reviews the International Coastal Cleanup 2006 in Hong Kong.
This book provides detailed information on: the relevant law of functional constituencies, their place in the Basic Law and with respect to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights…
Spanning from the signing of the Sino-British Joint Declaration to the end of Tung Chee-hwa’s administration under the new Special Administrative Region, this book explores how the rise of political cartoons paralleled the emergence of a purely local brand of politics.
This report explains the importance of rural land in Hong Kong, giving concrete proposals by taking Lantau as an example.