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On Thursday's Backchat we'll look at the claim by a local employee of the UK Consulate that he was tortured in custody on the Mainland, and the chances for Trump to sign the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy act. 8:30-9:30 Mark Michelson, Chairman, Asia CEO Forum, IMA Asia 8:30-9:30 David Webb, Editor of webb-site.com 8:30-9:30 Mark Simon, Columnist, Next Media; and Member, Republicans Abroad
On Thursday's Backchat, are you feeling happy about Hong Kong? A survey from the HKU public opinion programme suggests that confidence in the future of Hong Kong is at its lowest since 1994. Peoples' trust in the Governments here and in Beijing has dropped massively, and confidence in 'One Country Two Systems' has slumped 10%. Young people are particularly pessimistic with 75% saying they have no confidence in 'One Country Two Systems' . Do you believe the polls? If we are so gloomy, despite a reasonable economy, what's the cause? Is Beijing's crackdown to blame? Will opportunities in the Greater Bay Area change minds?
After 9.20, should Hong Kong extradite a Former Thai Prime Minister?
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21/03/2019 - 8:30- 9:20 Confidence towards the Future of Hong Kong
Avery Ng, Chairman, League of Social Democrats
Chan Wai-keung, Lecturer, College of Professional and Continuing Education, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Thomas Cheung, NPC Delegate; and Advisor, Committee for Youth, Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong
Joseph Cheng, Former Professor of Politics, City University of Hong Kong
Ronny Tong, Executive Councillor; and Convenor, Path of Democracy
21/03/2019 - 9:20-9:30 Should Hong Kong extradite a Former Thai Prime Minister?