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公民實踐論壇-2047:香港何去何從? Quo Vadis?

公民實踐培育基金 Project Citizens Foundation

Saturday, 17 June 2017 from 09:30 to 13:00 (HKT)

公民實踐論壇-2047:香港何去何從? Quo Vadis?

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Over the course of merely 20 years since the handover of sovereignty in 1997, the practice of "One country, Two systems" in Hong Kong has already fallen short of many people’s original expectation. Now, with another 30 years to go, 2047 (when the 50 years of unchanged way of life promised under the Basic Law will expire) may not be as remote as it seems. Seeing that the scopes for freedoms and pursuit for democracy are being restricted day by day, younger generations in Hong Kong are increasingly concerned and worried about their future.

The subject of Hong Kong's future beyond 2047 is indeed a broad and complicated one. Issues such as political and economic development, governance and administration, population planning and operational matters in the financial markets all call for careful deliberations and elaborate consultations which should be commenced as early as practicable. Meanwhile, the transitional arrangements in the run up to 2047 are also of vital importance to everyone, especially the younger generations, as they are the future. It is hoped that with the lessons learnt from the Sino-British negotiations in 1997, Hong Kong people would have a role to play in this round of negotiations on the future of Hong Kong, so that a more satisfactory solution may be reached.

In view of the importance of the subject, Project Citizens Foundation has invited Mr. Jasper Tsang, GBM, GBS, JP, former President of the Legislative Council; Mr. Martin Lee, QC, SC, a former member of the HKSAR Basic Law Drafting Committee; Dr. Margaret Ng, former Member of the Legislative Council; Mr. Nathan Law, Member of the Legislative Council, and Mr. Ng Ka-leung, the mastermind and one of the directors of the movie "Ten Years", to share with us their views and imagination for the remaining 30 years of the "One Country, Two Systems" and to begin the discussion on Hong Kong's future, for the second time in her history.

Date: 17th June 2017 (Sat)
Time: 9:30am - 1:00pm
Venue: Large Moot Court, 2/F Cheng Yu Tung Tower, Centennial Campus, The University of Hong Kong


Mr. Jasper Tsang, GBM, GBS, JP, Founding Chairman of Democratic Alliance for the Betterment of Hong Kong (1992-2003), Former President of the Legislative Council (2008-16).
Mr. Martin Lee, QC, SC, Founding Chairman of Democratic Party (1994-2002), Former Member of the Legislative Council (1985-2008), Former Member of the HKSAR Basic Law Drafting Committee (1985-9).
Dr. Margaret Ng, Former Member of the Legislative Council (1995-2012).
Mr. Nathan Law, Chairman of Demosistō, Member of the Legislative Council.
Mr. Ng Ka-leung, Director of the movie "Ten Years".

Mr. Tsang Chi-ho, Host of RTHK Programme 

Mainly Cantonese, with simultaneous interpretation provided

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2/F Cheng Yu Tung Tower
Centennial Campus
University of Hong Kong
Hong Kong SAR China

Saturday, 17 June 2017 from 09:30 to 13:00 (HKT)

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公民實踐培育基金 Project Citizens Foundation


The mission of Project Citizens Foundation is to promote the pursuit of quality civic participation. The idea of civic participation is to allow young people to be exposed to and to understand diverse viewpoints from multiple perspectives. Young people will then foster all-round and deeper concept of active citizenship through sharing of experience and views with others and self-discourse. Thereafter they are encouraged to take action, exercise their strength and contribute to the community.

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