Adopting policies that would make pets and owners happy
Unlike the old days, many people nowadays see cats and dogs as part of their family. Should more pet-friendly public policies and legislation be introduced to respond to this human-pet bond?
The ‘truth’ about fake news
We may have gotten used to the misleading and exaggerated headings of content farms, what about those that claimed to have cited authoritative sources but cannot be verified immediately? A recent report in the U.S. shows that despite students’ familiarity with social media, they have trouble judging the credibility of online information. What should we do in an era of information explosion?
Are group buying websites the gateway to good health?
Some group purchasing websites nowadays provide a wide variety of health screening packages. Getting a health checklist with numerous unfamiliar medical terms, some may find it difficult to choose the right one while some may simply think the more, the better. However, there are items the checklist does not tell you…
Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre 10th Anniversary Gala Dinner
Celebrating the 10th anniversary, the Bauhinia Foundation Research Centre held a Gala Dinner on 23 September 2016 (Friday) at Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong.The Centre is very honoured to have Chief Executive of the HKSAR, The Honourable Leung Chun-ying, as the guest of honour at the Ceremony. Joining the event are Chief Secretary for Administration Mrs Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor, Deputy Director of Liaison Office of the Central Government in the HKSAR Yin Xiaojing, Financial Secretary Mr John Tsang Chun-wah, Protector of the Bauhinia Foundation Mr Charles Ho Tsu-kwok, the Centre’s Chairman Dr Donald Li Kwok-tung, Vice-chairman Mr Lau Ming-wai, Director Mr Lawrence Lee Kam-hung, Founding Chairman Mr Norman Chan Tak-lam, principal government officials, leaders and experts from business and academia.
How to attract foreign talent if the ‘Hong Kong First’ sentiment persists?
Recruiting global talent has long been an important part of the population policy measures. However, amid growing ‘localist’ sentiment globally in recent years, will it become a threat to Hong Kong's pro-talent immigration policies?