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Lau: Make use of non-permanent residents

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By But Wing Yi | Thursday, 20th March, 2013

Hong Kong


Lau Ming-wai claimed Hong Kong should make use of non-permanent residents to alleviate ageing population in Hong Kong.


Lau Ming-wai, Vice Chairman of Bauhinia Foundation Research Center, stressed Hong Kong should not stop non-permanent pregnant women foal in Hong Kong.


“I have suggested the government arranging the non-permanent residents come to Hong Kong in order in 2008,” said Lau, “but I have never received any direct responses from the government.”


Non-permanent pregnant women foal in Hong Kong since 2001, as they aimed acquiring Hong Kong citizen identity for their children, so as to enjoy local welfare.


Recent years, children from these non-permanent residents compete northern Hong Kong kindergarten quotas with local children, while local kindergarten offers at these areas are of shortage. Lau urged the government to face these problems.


“The government should face the problem squarely, or else they will lose thoroughly,” said Lau.


Lau, however, not intended to encourage non-permanent residents enjoy local benefits. He stressed the government can consider emergence of non-permanent residents as a source of alleviating Hong Kong ageing populations.


Lau Ming-wai’s father is Joseph Lau Luen Hung, ex-CEO of Chinese Estates Group. Lau junior is became the executive director of Chinese Estates Group in 2006, and non-executive director in 2008. He was being appointed as the vice chairman of board of trustees in 2010.

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