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Train Masters, Not Servants: Li Pang-kwong

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Nathan Leung | Tue Oct 16,2012

Li Pang-kwong, director of Public Governance Programme of Lingnan University, said that inefficiency in government was a result of the lack of political training and policy research in Hong Kong.


“The universities in Hong Kong which have a department of politics haven't changed after the 1997 handover,” Li said in an address at Shue Yan University on Tuesday. “They train only executors but not leaders.” He emphasized that civil servants do not know how to be masters.


Li said that the ruling class of Hong Kong before 1997 was all British. In 1993, 4 years before returning the power to China, the UK promoted Anson Chan to Chief Secretary, but still did not give her the right to access important documents. Li said, “They were 'for British eyes' only.”


Since the suzerain held the knowledge so tight that even the policy researchers of colonies are in the mainland, immediately after 1997 the gap and problems emerged. Li described the officers are “narrow-minded”.


“Tung Chee-hwa suggested a new 'harbour' in every policy address but none of them is realized,” Li said, “the government regarded The Links as only a financial mean to sell the properties of the Housing Authority to cash, but never thought that was a tool to ease social conflicts.”


Although Li criticized the government, he still thinks Hong Kong is suitable for autonomy. “I'm always optimistic,” said Li.
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