Civic Exchange is delighted to welcome John So as our new Operations Manager. He will look after the daily operations of the organization including financial reporting, budgeting, IT development, compliance, internal control, and risk management. Before joining Civic Exchange, John worked at the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants as Associate Director, handling editorial,…
Civic Exchange welcomes a new Programme Director, Researcher, two Fellows and three new members of its Walkability Expert Panel.
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.
HONG KONG, 11 September 2017 – Civic Exchange is proud to announce the appointment of Mr Jacky Cheng as a new Fellow, who will lend his expertise in the field of transportation, as Civic Exchange continues to study the impact of vehicle traffic, air pollution and walkability in Hong Kong. Mr. Jain has more than 25…
Civic Exchange submitted our recommendations to Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheung Yuet-ngor for the upcoming October 2017 policy address.
Civic Exchange is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Winnie CW Cheung as our new CEO, effective on 1 September 2017.
Civic Exchange responded to the Hong Kong Government Environment Bureau’s recommendation on The Greater Bay Development Plan, which covers Hong Kong, Guangdong and Macau. The submission is in Chinese only.
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.
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.