Project Citizens Forum
Project Citizens Forum: The Rule of Law and Its Importance to Hong Kong
Project Citizens Foundation has successfully held Project Citizens Forum “The Rule of Law and Its Importance to Hong Kong“ on 8 December 2018. We have The Right Honourable the Lord Mance, former Deputy President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, The Honourable Mr Justice Kemal Bokhary, GBM, JP, Non-Permanent Judge of the Court of Final Appeal of Hong Kong and Ms Gladys Li, SC, JP, former Chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association. They have discussed with us the current status of the rule of law in Hong Kong and the safeguards Hong Kong people must put in place in order to maintain our way of life. The Forum attracted over 250 people attending, leaving almost no empty seats. The Forum also has various media coverage, leading the public to consider the current situation of the Rule of Law in Hong Kong and how to protect it.
Project Citizens Forum: Can Our Values Survive New Challenges?
We have successfully held Project Citizens Forum “Can Our Values Survive New Challenges?“ on 15 September 2018. We have invited Dr Margaret Ng, Former member of the Legislative Council, Mr Nathan Law, Former member of the Legislative Council, Standing Committee member of Demosisto, Mr Jason Lee, Barrister. They have shared their personal experience in politics and legal field. The speakers have addressed the sense of powerlessness and possible ways to combat this feeling. So that Hong Kong will strive to protect our core values more vigorously. The Forum attracted more than 150 people to exchange ideas on Hong Kong future.
Project Citizens Forum: What Makes Hong Kong Special?
We have successfully held Project Citizens Forum “What makes Hong Kong Special?“ on 9 Jun 2018. We have invited Mr John Tsang Chun-wah, GBM, JP, Former Financial Secretary, Prof Helen F. Siu, Professor of Anthropology, Yale University, Mr Leung Man-tao, Writer and Commentator and Ms Denise Ho Wan-see, Cantopop Singer. From their unique personal experience, they have shared with us their most treasured Hong Kong characteristics and values. Hong Kong people should continue to persist and safeguard Hong Kong core values and characteristics. The Forum attracts more than 300 people to exchange ideas on Hong Kong's characteristics.
Project Citizens Forum: Hong Kong's Primary and Secondary Education: Are We on the Right Track?
Project Citizens Foundation has successfully held the forum “Hong Kong Primary and Secondary Education: Are We on the Right Track?“ on 2 Dec 2017. We have invited The Honourable Ip Kin-yuen, Member of the Legislative Council (Education Constituency); Professor Cheng Kai-ming, Former Vice-President of the University of Hong Kong, Emeritus Professor at the Faculty of Education, HK; Ms Lee Suet-ying, Chairman of Hong Kong Association of the Heads of Secondary Schools; Ms Chan Sik-chee Eva, Senior Lecturer at the School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK, and Mr Liu Sze-ming, Liberal Studies Teacher of HKICC Lee Shau Kee School of Creativity, Former President of the Hong Kong Institute of Education Students' Union. They shared with us the problems that the Hong Kong’s education system is facing and the future development for educating the next generation.
Project Citizens Forum - Hong Kong 2047: Quo Vadis?
Project Citizens Forum - Leadership ABC
Project Citizens Forum - Governance in Hong Kong: Are the Pillars Crumbling?
Public Forum: Assault on the ICAC and the Rule of Law?
The Public Forum co-organized by Project Citizens Foundation and Hong Kong 2020, "Assault on the ICAC and the Rule of Law?" has been successfully held on 13 August 2016, with around 300 attendees!
In the forum, the speakers, including Mrs. Anson Chan, Mr. Bertrand de Speville, Mr. Joseph Wong and Dr. Margaret Ng, have shared their views on the appointment scandal of ICAC and the potential amendment of the ICAC ordinance. Mr. Dennis Kwok has subsequently drafted a private member's bill after listening to the views expressed in the forum.
Project Citizens Forum: What Makes Hong Kong An International Financial Centre?
The Project Citizens Forum "What Makes Hong Kong An International Financial Centre?" has been successfully held on 15.04.2016, with more than 350 participants attending the promising and insightful occasion.
Our special gratitude goes to all the speakers and moderator, including Mr. John Tsang, GBM, JP, Mr. Stuart Gulliver, Mr. Anthony Neoh, SC, JP, Mr. Mark Tucker and Dato' Cheah Cheng Hye!