South China Morning Post: Civic Exchange CEO Winnie Cheung spoke about her journey, from heading Hong Kong’s top regulatory body for accountants, to becoming a qualified psychotherapist, to leading the city’s top environmental think-tank.
Civic Exchange offers its recommendations for “Investing in a Healthy, Green-living Future for Hong Kong”
Hong Kong Economic Times: Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang asks if the Government’s smart mobility plan can address the city’s main transit problems. (Chinese language)
Civic Exchange is delighted to welcome Paula DiPerna, a renowned US-based policy advisor, as a Visiting Fellow from February to April 2018. While in Hong Kong, Ms DiPerna will be conducting public talks, as well as working closely with Civic Exchange and other stakeholders on environmental issues.
Civic Exchange submitted its views on a smart, holistic transport policy, before a Legislative Council Panel on Transport meeting in January.
Civic Exchange pays respects to Professor Bill Barron, a former CEx Director and long-time contributor, educator and researcher.
HK01: Carine Lai, Civic Exchange’s Senior Researcher on Public Open Space (POS), said in an interview that domestic helpers’ needs may not be considered in Government planning. (Chinese only)
South China Morning Post: Civic Exchange Chairman Evan Auyang asks if the Government’s smart mobility plan can address the city’s main transit problems – such as overused MTR lines, vested interests among licensed operators and too many private cars.