Michael Falcon, head of the Asia Pacific funds business at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, says the mutual recognition of funds (MRF) scheme between China and Hong Kong is a step forward.» Read More
Duncan Chiu, chairman of Lai Yuen Amusement Park, hopes that the re-introduction of classic games such as bumper cars will bring back sentimental memories of Hong Kong.
Eighteen years after its closure, Lai Yuen Amusement Park - a nostalgic symbol of childhood for many Hong Kongers - will make a flash comeback.
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Sheila Patel, CEO, International at Goldman Sachs Asset Management, discusses news that Hong Kong's stock exchange is consulting investors over rules which ban dual-class shares.
Danny Gittings, associate professor at the Hong Kong University School of Professional and Continuing Education, says Beijing could take a tougher line after Hong Kong's legislature rejected a election reform plan.
Priscilla Leung, Legislator with the Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong, attributes the walkout to a miscommunication within the pro-establishment camp.
The veto of a China-backed electoral reform package indicates that people in Hong Kong don't like the idea of a "fake universal suffrage", says Joseph Wong, Former Secretary for the Civil Service of Hong Kong from 2000-2006.
After the Hong Kong electoral reform bill was rejected, James Tien, Hong Kong legislator from the Liberal Party, describes it as a "total fiasco."
Michael Degolyer, director of the Hong Kong Transition Project, discusses comments from a Hong Kong legislator who said that the city enjoyed democracy only after China resumed its sovereignty.
Elsie Leung, deputy director at the Basic Law Committee, believes that Hong Kong's political reform will not be resumed before 2017 if the current proposal was rejected.
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Albert Chan, Legislator, People Power, Hong Kong, says the vote on an electoral reform package should be held as soon as possible to ensure a united stance against China.
David Akers-Jones, President of Business and Professionals Federation of Hong Kong, debates the merits of a China-sponsored electoral reform package for Hong Kong.
Despite widespread disapproval, Jeffrey Lam, Legislator at the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, says the reforms will bring Hong Kong closer to democracy.
Nathan Law, Secretary General of the Hong Kong Federation of Students, warns of more pro-democracy protests if the China-backed electoral reform package gets approved.
Allan Zeman, Chairman of Lan Kwai Fong Group, says it is in Beijing's interest keep Hong Kong stable and avoid more protests.
Ronny Tong, Legislator from the Hong Kong Civic Party, explains why he has no other choice expect to veto the China-backed electoral reforms on Wednesday, despite being an advocate for universal suffrage.
Michael Davis, Professor of Law at the University of Hong Kong, explains why China's controversial electoral reform package should not be accepted.
Anson Chan, former chief secretary of Hong Kong from 1993-1997, says the rigid election framework designed by Beijing constitutes a "fake election."