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On Friday's Backchat, we'll look at the latest developments of the ongoing protests especially what’s going on on campus and this weekend’s dialogue conference.
This May Day, a Backchat special wants to know if you share the Lantau Tomorrow Vision.
The Government has outlined the most ambitious plan in our history to build new islands connected by road and rail, a new central business district and housing for a million people. It’s estimated to cost more than 600 billion dollars in its first stage.
Critics say it’s overpriced and unnecessary. The Government says it will instil hope among Hong Kong people for economic progress and improved livelihoods.
We’ll be hearing from Government officials, and others, and we hope from you. Come along to the special Backchat programme live in our Kowloon Tong studios at 12 noon on Wednesday 1st May, and join the debate.
Backchat Special: Do you share the Lantau Tomorrow Vision?
Date: 1st May (Wednesday)
Time: 12noon - 1pm. Please arrive at Broadcasting House by 11.30am
Hosts: Hugh Chiverton, Danny Gittings
Venue: Studio 1, RTHK Broadcasting House, 30 Broadcast Drive, Kowloon Tong. (Take 29A minibus or taxi from Kowloon Tong MTR)
Panel Speakers include:
Michael Fong Head of Sustainable Lantau Office
Ng Mee-kam Professor, Department of Geography and Resource Management, CUHK
Tom Yam Member, Citizens Task Force for Land Supply
Ivan Chung Deputy Director of Planning (Territorial), Planning Department
There will be plenty of time for live discussion with the audience, so come along and join the debate on May Day.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to come.
01/05/2019 - Backchat Special: Do you share the Lantau Tomorrow Vision?