At a pro-establishment foundation’s luncheon, Hong Kong’s former chief executive uttered troubling words with implications for local governance. If only the local media were willing…
Hong Kong urban planners who are frustrated by public criticism should involve the public in planning from the start and encourage critics to design alternatives.
It’s not easy to feel sympathy for Becky Au Hei-man (區晞旻), co-founder of Mapopo (Baby Horse) Community Farm. In 2010, Au quit her desk job…
Located along a stretch of the curving, upscale thoroughfare of Hollywood Road stands a fairly nondescript, six-storey building. A casual passerby would barely notice it…
Zhang Dejiang’s (張德江) “seeing, listening and speaking” tour of Hong Kong was a resounding success, although maybe not in the way some had expected.
Government and politicians are putting the blame of current tourism downturn on protests. But their evidence in support of the correlation is far from convincing.
本文由記者Alex Fok翻譯，原文《Little to “Like”: Social Media and the HK Government》於4月26日刊登。
Social media is about two-way communication, but the Hong Kong Government has another idea. (This article was originally published on April 22, 2016 on fragrantdelta.)
(This article was originally published on April 10, 2016 on fragrantdelta.)
(This article was originally published on April 2, 2016 on fragrantdelta.)