26 February 2020
  • Prior to the WhatsApp scandal, Jasper Tsang had a good record of presiding impartially over Legco. Photo: HKEJ

    Jasper, Jasper – what have you done?

    - Jun 27, 2015 8:02am
    Hong Kong politics seems to specialize in making things worse, especially when it comes to matters of personal integrity. This generalization has now been validated by Jasper Tsang Yok-sing, the president of the Legislative Council, who...
  • Lau Wong-fat (seated, left) joins fellow pro-establishment lawmakers as they try to explain why they were absent from the historic vote in Legco. Photo: HKEJ

    The big boss at the center of the cock-up

    - Jun 20, 2015 8:02am
    Far too little has been said about the man at the center of the extraordinary cock-up made by pro-government legislators Thursday when they attempted to delay voting on the electoral reform bill to enable Lau Wong-fat...
  • The motives of Chan Yuen-han (left) in helping Siu Yau-wai have been questioned. Photo: HKEJ

    No one emerges well out of abandoned boy’s saga

    - Jun 13, 2015 8:01am
    The only thing really clear about the story of Siu Yau-wai, 12, the boy who was abandoned by his parents in Shenzhen and stayed illegally in Hong Kong with his grandmother, is that no one comes out...
  • Andrew Fung, the information coordinator for the Office of the Chief Executive, did not say why he sees his remit as being to defend the rich and powerful. Photo: HKEJ

    A spokesman for the rich and powerful

    - May 29, 2015 6:57pm
    The good news, if you like this kind of good news, is that Hong Kong’s rich and powerful have found a new spokesman. The bad, or should I say, worrisome news is that he is Andrew...