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EyE on U | Chan Chak-ming: Judicial independence, rule of law better protected under NSL

After a couple of months, EyE On U has returned with a unique blend of content. In this first episode in the Year of Tiger, we invite Chan Chak-ming, president of the Law Society of Hong Kong, to share with us his understanding of the concept and practice of the rule of law in HK.

EyE on U (Trailer) | Chan Chak-ming: Full confidence in HK's judicial independence and rule of law

After a couple of months, new episodes of EyE on U are finally on the way. In this first episode in the Year of Tiger, we invite Chan Chak-ming, president of the Law Society of Hong Kong, to share with us his understanding of the concept and practice of rule of law in HK.

EyE on U | Raymond Siu on JPC: Nurturing crime-fighting partners and future leaders

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Raymond Siu, Commissioner of Police of the HK Police Force to share with us some knowledge on the policing work as well as his views on ways to improve citizens’ impressions of the police. At present, many HK citizens have a negative impression of the police force, especially after the 2019 unrest. To address this issue, Siu said that the most basic thing is to perform their duties in a professional manner to better safeguard the security of HK people.

EyE on U (Trailer III) | Raymond Siu: Never too late to cultivate HK youth's law-abiding awareness

In this episode of EyE on U, Raymond Siu Chak-yee, Commissioner of Police of the Hong Kong Police Force, will reveal more details about Junior Police Call for us. Why did JPC's age requirement lower from 9 to 6? What other kinds of programs can the police enhance their communication with young people and cultivate their law-abidance awareness? How to bridge the gap between young people and the police? Want to know more? Stay tuned for the full video to come!

EyE on U (Trailer II) | Raymond Siu: Professional law-enforcement key to improving police image

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Raymond Siu Chak-yee, Commissioner of Police of the Hong Kong Police Force to share with us some knowledge on the policing work as well as his views on how to improve citizens’ impressions of the police. At present, many HK citizens have a negative impression of the police force, especially after the 2019 riot. To address this issue, Siu said that the most basic thing is to perform the duties in a professional manner to better safeguard the security of HK people.

EyE on U (Trailer Ⅰ) | Raymond Siu: Police dedicated to tackling fake news

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Raymond Siu Chak-yee, Commissioner of Police of the Hong Kong Police Force to share with us some knowledge on the work performed by the HK police as well as his opinions on how to improve citizens’ impressions of the police. Nowadays, many people are susceptible to fake news, which adversely affects social development. To tackle this problem, Mr. Siu recently has made a pledge publicly that any fake news about the police will be clarified within two hours.

EyE on U | Bernard Chan: Ultimate goal of ExCo is to improve running of HK

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Bernard Chan, non-official convenor of the Executive Council (ExCo) to share with us some knowledge on the ExCo meeting and his opinions on HK's development.

EyE on U (Trailer) | Bernard Chan: Everyone free to voice out opinions in ExCo

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Bernard Chan, non-official convenor of the Executive Council (ExCo) to share with us some knowledge on the ExCo meeting and his opinions on HK's development. To many, the ExCo might seem to be a mysterious body in HK's political system due to the high confidentiality of its work. But with Mr. Chan's explanation, a clearer picture is believed to be brought to our audience.

EyE on U | Fok Kai-shan advocates building an office to support HK youth in GBA

DotDotNews gladly presents a new program named "EyE on U," co-hosted by Eunice Yung, Legislative Council member, and Edward Leung, member of Chinese Association of HK & Macao Studies. In each episode, politicians, business leaders, and professionals from different sectors will be invited to share with us their insights on popular topics related to HK.

EyE on U (Trailer) | Eric Fok: Pandemic gives rise to esports in HK

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Eric Fok Kai-shan, executive chairman of HK Guangdong Youth Association to share with us some knowledge on HK's sports industry and his experiences in the Greater Bay Area. Many industries have been hit hard by the epidemic, and so has the sports industry. But as Fok said, challenges mean opportunities, and it is under such conditions that HK's esports industry has made important steps ahead.

EyE on U | Alice Mak: Time for govt to review ordinances to increase land supply

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Hong Kong lawmaker Alice Mak Mei-kuen from the Federation of Trade Unions, to talk about her Private Member's Bill to amend the Protection of the Harbour Ordinance.

EyE on U (Trailer) | Alice Mak: Time for govt to review ordinances to release more land

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Hong Kong lawmaker Alice Mak Mei-kuen from the Federation of Trade Unions, to talk about her Private Member's Bill to amend the Harbour Ordinance.

EyE on U | Arthur Li: HK students long been misled by 'bad eggs'

DotDotNews gladly presents a new program named "EyE on U," co-hosted by Eunice Yung, Legislative Council member, and Edward Leung, member of Chinese Association of HK & Macao Studies. In each episode, politicians, business leaders, and professionals from different sectors will be invited to share with us their insights on popular topics related to HK.

EyE on U (Trailer) | Arthur Li on Liberal Studies reform: Teachers need to be trained properly

In this episode of EyE on U, we invite Arthur Li Kwok-cheung, member of the Executive Council and Chairman of the HKU Council, to share with us his views on issues regarding HK's education sector. Why should HK's Liberal Studies be reformed? How should the HK government step up its efforts in education to promote a sense of national identity among the younger generation?

EyE on U | Tam Wai-chu: Local legislation for Article 23 a 'constitutional responsibility' for HKSAR

DotDotNews gladly presents a new program named "EyE on U," co-hosted by Eunice Yung, Legislative Council member, and Edward Leung, member of Chinese Association of HK & Macao Studies. In each episode, politicians, business leaders, and professionals from different sectors will be invited to share with us their insights on popular topics related to HK.
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