This research paper seeks to continue our work in understanding the Functional Constituencies as an important feature of Hong Kong’s political system. The challenge facing Hong Kong today is what to do with the Functional Constituencies as the political system continues to evolve towards universal suffrage.
This report explains the importance of rural land in Hong Kong, giving concrete proposals by taking Lantau as an example.
As this paper will show, both the HKSARG and the Central People’s Government (CPG) have looked on bicameralism as a useful option in moving forward towards the universal suffrage pledged by the Basic Law. This paper will examine why both the CPG and the HKSARG regard this option with such favour.
This report focuses on whether live fish in Hong Kong should be regarded as food, to protect the consumer from toxins.
The government has an opportunity to end decades of pollution, dangerous air and filthy skies, leaving a legacy of healthier, cleaner air. Reducing pollution must become a central part of the government’s policies that are within an on overall sustainable development context.