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    監製:Cheung Wing Tim

    02/09/2017
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    Hong Kong's position as an international financial centre today is built by the endeavours devoted for generations, and among these devotees stands the former Monetary Authority head Joseph YAM whose contribution is indispensable. Almost 20 years have passed since the handover, during which China has become the second largest economy around the globe and further integrated into the international market. How should Hong Kong draw its macro blueprint and position itself under the current economic conditions?

    Through experience shared by the masters and dialogue among generations, we will have a glimpse of the prospect of the Hong Kong economy.

    Host: Vincent TSUI (Famous member of the media industry / cultural sector)
    Guest: Joseph YAM (former Monetary Authority head), Kevin TSUI (Associate Professor at the Department of Economics, Clemson University)


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    • Value of Design and Designer- Alan CHAN

      Value of Design and Designer- Alan CHAN

      Does it ever occur to you that there is always design concept behind every object from as small as a hairpin to as large as a building? Design is closely tied to our daily lives. An outstanding design is endurable, aesthetic, facilitating, and even value-adding, and all such designs stem from the brains of designers.

      In this episode of “Hall of Wisdom”, we have invited Alan CHAN, a towering designer. He has won more than 600 national and international awards, and his countless works have already advanced into the collective memory of Hong Kong people. Apart from graphic design, he also dabbles in interior design and artistic creation in recent years, making him a multi-disciplinary artist. His works synergise Sino craftsmanship with modern design techniques, giving them vividly unique images that win acclamation in the international arts sector.

      In the episode, not only will Alan share his journey in design as well as his aesthetic value, but he will also share with the audience the stories of saving enterprises with his design under the well-known identity of “Brand Doctor”. Rony CHAN and Michael LEUNG, two outstanding young designers, will also discuss the future development and education of design in Hong Kong, and conduct a dialogue among generations with the master to exchange views.


      Host: Vincent TSUI (Famous member of the media industry / cultural sector)
      Guests: Mr. Alan CHAN
      Ms. Rony CHAN, Mr. Michael LEUNG

      30/09/2017
    • Shall We Talk?・Eason Chan

      Shall We Talk?・Eason Chan

      A guitar, two bicycles and three pieces of rock take the audience to experience a day out in the countryside with Eason CHAN.

      Over the past twenty years, Eason has undergone the profound transformation of a mischievous lad to a superstar singer. Now that he is a father, his once-frolicsome musical style has grown to become rather sophisticated. For all this time, the audience can only see the sarcastic Eason onstage or onscreen with the sole focus always on the stun brought by his showing up. They have not been able to understand what he thinks or had the rare chance of communicating with him directly.

      Through a trip to the outskirts, this episode of “Hall of Wisdom” provides Eason with an opportunity to be free from all the constraints he faces onstage, and to share his journey in life and in the arts, his attitude towards family and the music arena, as well as how to “sing the happiest song without paying anything”.

      Host: Vincent TSUI (Famous member of the media industry / cultural sector)
      Student Hosts: Mingme YEUNG / Jonathan WONG
      Guest: Eason CHAN

      23/09/2017
    • Trump the Loss at the Starting Point- Sarah LEE / Rex TSO

      Trump the Loss at the Starting Point- Sarah LEE / Rex TSO

      Sarah LEE and Rex TSO are both world class athletes who were born and raised in Hong Kong, and they are both 29 years old. The two youngsters have become the new hope of Hong Kong people because of their huge success. Whenever people see the determination of the duo in match, they always assume that a dream of world championship must have taken root in their mind since childhood. In fact, like everyone else, they did not have a clue of what their lives were heading at first, let alone a plan or professional training. Then, they slipped into their professions in a fog. In the end, the two still attained outstanding achievements with their adamancy and perseverance.

      Rex TSO did not do well at school when he was younger. He only started practicing boxing in earnest after his head coach invited him to be an assistant coach in the boxing club, and he had thus transformed from a “good-for-nothing” to the “The Wonder Kid” hailed by everyone.

      Sarah LEE was an ordinary sportive girl who had nothing to do with the sobriquet “Cycling Goddess of Lower Ngau Tau Kwok Estate”. She only resolved to become a professional cyclist after sitting the HKCEE. Although she once suffered from severe injuries, she insisted on putting out all the stops to train and eventually won the honour as the first female world champion of cycling in Hong Kong.

      We will not focus on their achievements in this episode. Instead, we will take a look at how they “lost at the starting point” from another perspective, yet still pursue their dreams headlong and eventually lead a victorious life.

      Host: Vincent TSUI (Famous member of the media industry / cultural sector)
      Guest: Sarah LEE, Rex TSO

      16/09/2017
    • One Song, One Era- Professor LUNG Ying-tai

      One Song, One Era- Professor LUNG Ying-tai

      Songs are a part of history. At any point in time, there are songs and melodies that can reflect the situation and voice of that era.

      In this episode of the “Hall of Wisdom” talk, we have invited Professor LUNG Ying-tai to come to the Grand Hall of the University of Hong Kong with a few songs that she had heard in different eras, such as John Lennon’s “Imagine”, “Green Island Serenade”《綠島小夜曲》, “Yang Yilang visits his Mother”《四郎探母》, etc. Professor LUNG’s miscellaneous memories touched the hearts of the 800 audience. When the melody began to flow, the audience felt like thay had gone back to some day that was far yet near through the time tunnel, and once again experienced the conflicts and the butter and sweet.

      The reasons why a song can go through decades and still not be forgotten are that it is an era, it is a piece of history and it is the memory and comfort of the people in its generation.

      09/09/2017
    • Life of Digit- Joseph YAM

      Life of Digit- Joseph YAM

      Hong Kong's position as an international financial centre today is built by the endeavours devoted for generations, and among these devotees stands the former Monetary Authority head Joseph YAM whose contribution is indispensable. Almost 20 years have passed since the handover, during which China has become the second largest economy around the globe and further integrated into the international market. How should Hong Kong draw its macro blueprint and position itself under the current economic conditions?

      Through experience shared by the masters and dialogue among generations, we will have a glimpse of the prospect of the Hong Kong economy.

      Host: Vincent TSUI (Famous member of the media industry / cultural sector)
      Guest: Joseph YAM (former Monetary Authority head), Kevin TSUI (Associate Professor at the Department of Economics, Clemson University)

      02/09/2017
    • An Inconvenient Truth- Mr Paul SHIEH

      An Inconvenient Truth- Mr Paul SHIEH

      In recent years, we have heard about people emphasising “conformity with law” so often that the phrase alone seems sufficient to rationalise any behaviour. On the other hand, there have also been opinions condemning social activists for their law-breaking acts that severely undermine the rule of law in Hong Kong.

      But does everybody abiding by the law mean upholding “the rule of law”?

      This episode of “Hall of Wisdom” invites the former Chairman of the Hong Kong Bar Association, Mr Paul SHIEH, SC, also known as the “outspoken barrister”, to clarify the concept of “the rule of law” with us, to revisit the original intention of continuing the rule of law after the handover of sovereignty in 1997, and to reveal the “inconvenient truth” behind the maintenance of the status quo. Convenor of the Progressive Lawyers Group, Mr Kevin YAM, also joins us in the discussion regarding recent controversies in the Hong Kong society concerning the rule of law.

      This time, “Hall of Wisdom” talks about “the rule of law” in accordance with law!

      Host: Vincent Tsui (Famous member of the media industry / cultural sector)
      Guests: Mr Paul SHIEH, Senior Counsel; Mr Kevin YAM, Solicitor

      26/08/2017
    • That was then This is now- Jasper Tsang

      That was then This is now- Jasper Tsang

      In this episode we invite the former President of the Legislative Council, Mr Jasper TSANG, to share with us about his political journey.

      Regarded as “the city’s best hope” by Time Magazine, Tsang is seen as the only person who can heal the rift between Hong Kong and the Mainland China. In his political career spanning over two decades, he has always been a significant left-wing figure. Having founded the largest pro-establishment political party in the territory before the handover, he has, since then, gone through the controversial era of the Provisional Legislative Council, and become the President of the Legislative Council for two terms, after which he took a step back in politics. Is Tsang still as passionate about politics today as he was when he gave up teaching to become a politician? What kind of society did he wish to build back then? How wide is the gap between the current political reality and his original intention?

      With the rise of localism in recent years, some local young people even make it clear that they are against the Chinese Communist Party, and they do not like China, the central government, the Hong Kong government and the pro-establishment camp. Facing an increasingly torn society, what does Tsang, a veteran politician, think can be done to resolve the deadlock?

      Young politician Gary WONG from Path of Democracy, who claims himself a mild democrat, joins the discussion in a later stage to engage in an inter-generational dialogue with Tsang, exchanging views regarding political dilemmas, the future of the city and more.

      Host: Vincent TSUI (Famous member of the media industry / cultural sector)
      Guests: Mr Jasper TSANG, Mr Gary WONG

      19/08/2017
    • Who defines

      Who defines "film"? - Director Johnnie To

      In this episode of “Hall of Wisdom”, director Johnnie TO, the film master, is invited to the University of Hong Kong to share the experience of his filmmaking career. TO used to work at a TV station as a producer for TV drama series in his early days, but the stereotypical nature of works in TV station proved to be unsatisfactory to him, he therefore resolved to leave his “comfort zone” of the TV station after he finished his “apprenticeship” to seek for his own space for creation. He then vaulted to the silver screen, after which he founded his own film company, the Milkyway Image (HK) Ltd. TO constantly reminds himself not to be carried away by the achievements of his predecessors, and shall create original films with his own signatures. He centres on the productions of cops-and-robbers films and gangster films as means to tap into the international market, by which he has gradually opened up a cinematic path replete with strong characters while putting emphasis on fate that ends up being the one-of-a-kind style of Johnnie TO in the Hong Kong film industry.

      For many years, TO has been reluctant to make his way to the Mainland China. He fears nothing more than making films in the Mainland as he has a dread of losing his freedom of creation. However, he recently made a bold attempt in the scope of Chinese mainland-Hong Kong co-produced films while facing the predicament caused by the withering film industry in Hong Kong. To the film master, not only was this a challenge to his career, but it was also another personal breakthrough.

      Besides Johnnie TO, Gordon LAM, an actor / filmmaker, is also invited in this episode, wherein the two filmmakers from different generations have a dialogue onstage to discuss the ethos in the film industry as well as the formidable obstacles confronted by filmmakers of various ages in Hong Kong. The duo also shares the delight and satisfaction in creation.

      Hosts: Vincent Tsui (Famous member of the media industry / cultural sector)
      Guests: Director Johnnie TO, Mr. Gordon LAM

      12/08/2017