MANY of our opinion writers have expressed their feelings about the hot-button issue of sexual harassment. We’ve changed the format this week so that all of them can have their say.
Some people greeted the result with dismay, as they believe John Tsang Chun-wah, the most popular candidate with the public, should have won.
In South Korea, the Lotte Group allowed a golf course they own to be used for the United States’ Terminal High Altitude Area Defence (THAAD) missile system.
Recently, I attended a lecture by an experienced Chinese professor who normally teaches only Chinese students. During the lecture, the professor – who has a PhD in his field – made a number of assertions that I found to be questionable.
They said they are afraid that their children will “acquire incorrect values” and eventually “grow up gay”.
Although the public consultation period has been extended until next month, not many people are still aware of the ELM, and its benefits and drawbacks.
Let me be clear on one thing: I am not supporting anyone in this chief executive election.
While we can always blame the education system, why don’t we learn how to handle students with mental health issues?
The pro-establishment camp has criticised the recent ruling by District Court judge David Dufton, who sent seven police officers to jail for assaulting activist Ken Tsang.
Despite the uproar caused by the ruling against the seven police officers, Hong Kong’s independent judiciary remains a beacon for the mainland.
As much as I understand where people who support the legalisation of euthanasia are coming from, I, to a large extent, believe that doctors should not play God.