In the opinion of William Yu, chief executive of World Green Organisation, emissions from power generation in Hong Kong are under strict control, while most polluting emissions come from the vehicles.
Hong Kong is taking a unique path to democracy and should not copy foreign models of democratic development, Lau Siu-kai, vice-president of the Chinese Association of Hong Kong and Macao Studies, said on Thursday.
Secretary for the Environment Wong Kam-sing is urging filibustering opposition lawmakers...
Lantau provides good opportunities for Hong Kong to develop a new central business district, but the island must overcome its lack of transport and hotel facilities before this can be realized, Allen Ha of the Lantau Development Alliance tells Joseph Li.
Raymond Chan Kin-sek, who steps down today (Friday) as president of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, said that there were many views about infrastructure development, but few of them were constructive.
Tourism constituency lawmaker Yiu Si-wing suggests only one visit per day for multiple-entry permit holders in response to Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying’s call to decrease visitors from the mainland, Joseph Li writes.
Amid mounting pressure to curtail the influx of mainland visitors, retail-sector lawmaker Vincent Fang Kang has suggested tackling the problem by changing multiple-entry permits to one trip per day.
There have been many queries about the warning that Hong Kong could fall into the abyss of a structural deficit in less than...
Former Tourism Board chairman James Tien believes it is unnecessary to put a cap on the number of mainland visitors despite mounting pressure on the government to do so. He said market forces will be the best option to regulate visitor numbers.
Veteran unionist Chan Yuen-han urges the Chief Executive to honor his promise to abandon the MPF’s hedging mechanism. She warns that there’s not much time to do this despite what the CE may think, Joseph Li reports.