A current affairs programme with expert panels and listener participation.



    主持人:Hugh Chiverton and Andrew Work

    Backchat is RTHK Radio 3's current affairs programme with expert panels and listener participation. It airs every weekday from 8.30am-9.30am. Have your say by calling us on 233 88 266, Backchat's Facebook , or send us a message at backchat@rthk.hk

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    CX mass sackings & closure of KA

    On Thursday's Backchat: What are the implications of the mass sackings at Cathay Pacific and closure of its Cathay Dragon subsidiary? Will this pave the way for more layoffs in other industries? What should the government be doing to help? And with air travel unlikely to rebound any time soon, where can those impacted look for new jobs?

    8:30-8:50 Alice Mak, Federation of Trade Unions lawmaker
    8:30-9:00 Carol Ng, Chairperson, Confederation of Trade Unions and former flight attendant
    8:30-9:00 Dr Stanley H.Y Kan, Chairman, Greater Bay Areas Aviation Exchange Association
    9:00-9:30 Vera Yuen, Lecturer, Faculty of Business and Economics, University of Hong Kong
    9:00-9:30 Flora Ng, Wealth Manager at AIA, former Dragon Air Cabin Crew trainer, former fashion trainer at Chanel and former trainer at a property developer
    9:00-9:30 Mr Hon, Hong Kong Aviation Staff Alliance

    22/10/2020 - 足本 Full (HKT 08:30 - 09:35)

    第一部份 Part 1 (HKT 08:30 - 09:00)

    第二部份 Part 2 (HKT 09:03 - 09:35)

    22/10/2020 - CX Mass sackings and KA closure






    (From L to R) Reynold Tsang, John Carroll, Haider Kikabhoy, Ian Alden Russell


    Winnie Tam



    "Made in Hong Kong"? / New Japanese Prime Minister

    主持人:Hugh Chiverton and Andrew Work

    On Friday's Backchat, will there still be a "Made in Hong Kong"?
    Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Edward Yau, said he met the US consul general on Wednesday morning and asked him to pass a letter to Robert Lighthizer, saying Washington is infringing WTO rules and rights of Hong Kong as a separate customs entity by enforcing ";Made in China" tags for goods produced here. He said they would wait for a US response before deciding what further action to take.
    In August, Washington issued a notification that all goods made in Hong Kong and exported to the United States will need to be labelled as made in China.
    What's the future for the "Made in Hong Kong" label? What actually is still made here, and does it matter?
    From 9:00am-9:15am, we'll be discussing the new Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga.

    8:30-9:00 Will there still be "Made in Hong Kong"?
    Felix Chung, Liberal Party leader and Textiles and garment sector lawmaker
    Simon Wong, Chairman of the Kampery Group, a company
    based in Hong Kong specialising in coffee, tea and wine.
    8:45-9:15 Andrew Leung, International and Independent China Strategist and former Director-General of Social Welfare
    9:00-9:15 Christopher Wong, General Manager, Local beer manufacturer, Carbon Brews

    9:15-9:30 Japan's new Priminister
    Waqas Adenwala, Asia Analyst, The Economist Intelligence Unit


    18/09/2020 - 足本 Full (HKT 08:30 - 09:35)

    第一部份 Part 1 (HKT 08:30 - 09:00)

    第二部份 Part 2 (HKT 09:03 - 09:35)

    18/09/2020 - Will there still be "Made in Hong Kong"?

    Felix Chung, Simon Wong, Andrew Leung, Christopher Wong

    18/09/2020 - New Japanese Prime Minister

    Waqas Adenwala

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