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In Conversation

STEPHEN DAVIES: “The myth of Hong Kong is the hardscrabble person who began life in a squatter hut and has made it to a senior civil servant level or a comfortable boss of an SME, or runs a restaur

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"It’s always the looking backwards as well as the looking forwards that makes human beings sane and social, and makes life liveable.

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STEPHEN DAVIES: “Do you think the functional constituency idea, as it’s been implemented in Hong Kong, is in principle okay, or do you think, like many thoughtful people, the functional constituenc

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"For the moment, for contemporary purposes, we really need archives for governments to be accountable. So that’s one thing.

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"The Macanese community were identified as Eurasians, Catholics, but then this notion was diluted in time.

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We’re talking about 2017. The system needs to change in Hong Kong. At the moment the system seems to be broken, it seems to be stuck.

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Stephen Davies: “Do we need another July 1st March when there are 500,000 people out on the street to focus minds?” Anson Chan: “I hope it won’t come to that, but this I can say with certainty: If

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"Hong Kong’s really lagging behind. Hong Kong is not known for innovation because we don’t believe in innovation.

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"Once I made a will for myself, just after the handover. I said: “The first thing is I will not commit suicide.

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‘As soon as it became a controversial subject, the ministers basically ran away, disappeared over the horizon, led, if that’s the right word, by Henry, of course.

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