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Shortsighted Government booed

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(Your headline is teasingly funny, I have to admit. Next time remember to include the date in your byline. You should change your lead to: Li Pang Kwong, the Director of Public Governance Programme of Lingnan University, criticized the Hong Kong Government for its shortsightedness and lack of vision. The tone of this lead has a more complete sense of conviction than the one you wrote. When you said the government "let the chance of balancing the social conflict slipped away from their fingers", you should at this point demonstrative it with the example of Link REIT.)


16th October, 2012

By Choi Ho Ming

Li Pang Kwong, the Director of Public Governance Programme of Lingnan University, criticized the shortsighted Hong Kong Government.

In a seminar titled “ Metropolitan Development and Public Governance” held in Hong Kong Shoe Yan University, Li booed the government for being “too economic”, and let the chance of balancing the social conflict slipped away from their fingers.

“Before 1997, Hong Kong did not invest on developing political trainings,” he said. “We had a lot of economy experts, but politicians? None.”

Monica Lewinsky, whom he took as an example, was not a part of the officers. Li comments the policy for interns in the government as “ a chance for training a politically smart person”, despite the scandal between her and Bill Clinton spoiled her life.

“Of course, it is not only the problem for the governing parties, but also the people of Hong Kong,” he added, “but the administrators have to bear the larger share of the responsibility.”

He said that the government should widen their sight and focus more on the social benefits.


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