23 March 2019

Chan Chi-kit

Assistant Professor, School of Communication, Department of Journaism and Communication, Hang Seng Management College; Vice-Chairman of SynergyNet
  • CY Leung (left) might be getting all the blame for throwing our society into disarray. However, the truth is Beijing was behind every provocative move he made. Photo: HKEJ

    Who is Beijing really unhappy with? CY Leung or HK people?

    - Dec 14, 2016 9:42am
    Most political commentators have referred to Leung Chun-ying’s sudden withdrawal from the CE race as “he had it coming” given his confrontational and belligerent style of governance which has exacerbated divisions and polarization of society in...
  • The Mong Kok clashes last week signified the beginning of the reign of the 'valor faction' in Hong Kong's anti-government movement. Photo: TVB

    The rise of the ‘valor faction’ in Hong Kong politics

    - Feb 17, 2016 4:25pm
    On the first day of the Year of the Monkey the “Fishball Revolution” broke out in Hong Kong. As academic commentator Ivan Choy Chi-keung has put it, the wounds of the Occupy movement have never healed,...
  • Conflicts between Hongkongers and mainlanders may have already reached alarming levels, despite our shared cultural roots. Photo: Reuters

    Citizenship could become new focus of controversy

    - Jul 2, 2015 1:03pm
    The recent exchange of polemics between two prominent columnists, Chip Tsao and Leung Man-dao, has sparked heated debates among the public over the issue of “national character”. Amid mounting conflicts between Hong Kong people and mainlanders, it...
  • Half a million Hongkongers marched in July 2003 against national security legislation, sparking a crucial change in Beijing's attitude toward the city's governance. Photo: BBC

    How Beijing may tighten its grip on HK

    - Jan 14, 2015 3:18pm
    Even though the second stage of the political reform consultation has officially kicked off, whether the Legislative Council will pass the government’s reform package and the people of Hong Kong can eventually choose their chief executive...

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