請各位先登陸 (studentID,Moodle 密碼登陸),後編輯
請各位使用左方之工具列上的上載文件連結上載習作相關的相片

“It’s a dead end to be the chief executive”. Bernad Chan said

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

在2014年2月3日 (一) 19:17由Etran (對話 | 貢獻)所做的修訂版本
(差異) ←上一修訂 | 當前修訂 (差異) | 下一修訂→ (差異)
跳轉到: 導航, 搜尋

Lam Hiu Tung


Executive Council member Bernard Chan, at a seminar at Shue Yan University, reaffirmed that he would not be the 2017 chief executive candidate as it can’t evolve to other jobs. As the chairman of the council for Sustainable development, he also commented on the recent waste reduction policy that the recycling industry should have been subsidized.

Chan said there are no incentives for people to give contribution to our society, especially being the chief executive of Hong Kong. “It’s a dead end to be the chief executive”. Chan said. It takes nearly six months for him to do a report on domestic waste reduction in Hong Kong, and it’s only a very tiny part of a government’s policy, so he thought it is so difficult to be the chief executive. He also explained that it is hard to revolve to other jobs after being the chief executive of Hong Kong so he would not consider being the candidate of 2017 chief executive election.

Chan is also the chairman of the council for Sustainable development, in response to the waste reduction in Hong Kong, he suggested the government should provide a complete set on recycling the waste such as giving subsidies to help the recycling industry. He said, as the value of the waste is decreasing in these years, the industry of recycling is in a dilemma. Besides, apart from the domestic waste like kitchen waste at Hong Kong should be reduced, Chan suggested that the government should also take the furniture waste like sofa and bed into account as the latest report still do not have any suggestions on the furniture waste made by family yet.
個人工具