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Opinion | Stimulative measures needed to help achieve HK's growth targets

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government just released its latest forecast for the economy. This year's growth rate was revised from 2 to 3.5 percent, to 1 to 2 percent.

Opinion | The right to protest does not work accidentally in UK?

To crack down the increased application of guerilla protests, the UK government has recently proposed a new public order bill to better protect the integrity of transport network and fuel supply in England and Wales.

Opinion | Shanghai's light at the end of the tunnel

On Monday morning, China announced that 15 out of 16 districts in Shanghai had now achieved a state of "zero-COVID", or in other words, community transmission had been broken. It comes amidst a phased reopening of certain businesses commences in the city.

Opinion | HK's continued success depends on rule of law

The rule of law remains the cornerstone of Hong Kong's status as an international financial, trade and logistics center as well as a center for international legal and dispute-resolution services in the Asia-Pacific region. In the full implementation of "one country, two systems" and the Basic Law, Hong Kong's rule-of-law ranking has always been at the forefront of the international community, which proves that Hong Kong's rule of law has a solid foundation.

Opinion | The Depp v Heard defamation trial is sucking us all into the gaping jaws of a cultural abyss

Visually speaking, the Johnny Depp, Amber Heard trial is like that mind-altering sequence in Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey. The bit where the astronaut gets hurled into an unidentified globule of flashing lights and color propelling us all on a journey through time and space.

Opinion | Renewal and hope in Hong Kong

The most striking recent example, was the shameless "Maidan coup" in Ukraine in 2014, which destabilized the country and set it on course to the tragic conflict we see today.

Opinion | Crisis management: Top priority for new CE's first 100 days in office

With the successful conclusion of the chief executive election on May 8, and having been awarded a record 1,416 votes from the Election Committee, or 99.2 percent of all votes, it signals universal support for the CE-elect, John Lee Ka-chiu.

Opinion | Schools in HK must rebuild appreciation of Chinese culture

Chief executive-elect John Lee Ka-chiu's election manifesto focused on four broad areas, one of which was education, in the form of "building a caring society and emphasizing youth development". Meanwhile, "enhancing the sense of belonging toward the country and the sense of national identity" was given a mention, before the issue of "Promoting the 'STEAM' (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) program".

Opinion | History shows trade wars serve no significant purpose

The United States has a tradition of imposing trade tariffs to address bilateral trade imbalance: Washington did that to Japan; and has been doing it to China since former US President Donald Trump assumed power.

Xinhua Commentary: Western attacks on Hong Kong election make no sense

The just-concluded election of the sixth-term chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) has been widely recognized as a consolidation of the "patriots administering Hong Kong" principle and a new step toward democracy with Hong Kong characteristics.

Opinion | It's time for Hong Kong to put 'executive-led governance' in place

Hong Kong is now at the critical juncture of pursuing prosperity after replacing chaos with stability. Chief executive-elect John Lee Ka-chiu, who won the sixth-term chief executive election with 99.2 percent of the Election Committee members' support on Sunday, has rekindled local residents' hope for a positive change of the status quo and confidence in sustainable development through innovation and reform.

Opinion | Lee's governance philosophy brings a ray of hope

The dust finally settled when John Lee Ka-chiu was successfully elected as the sixth-term chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, securing 1,416 — or a record 99.2 percent — of the valid votes cast by Election Committee members on Sunday.

Opinion | The US are moving the goalposts on Taiwan

In the past few days, the United States has made a very subtle change in "policy" regarding China or Taiwan region, which appears to be to negate public recognition of the "One China Principle" regarding the island.

Opinion | John Lee's results-oriented approach offers road map to good governance

The newly completed chief executive election has set the milestone for Hong Kong to move away from its roller-coaster ride over recent years, featuring the social unrest in 2019 and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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