On Tuesday's Backchat, US elections, and animal abuse.
Some of the United States' biggest and closest allies quickly congratulated Democrat Joe Biden on Saturday, recognising his presidential election victory even though Donald Trump, with whom several have had rocky relations, had yet to concede.
Meanwhile, In his unsuccessful campaign for re-election, US President Donald Trump repeatedly warned that a victory for Joe Biden would be a win for China and that Beijing would "own America"; Was he right?
What are the implications for Sino-US relations, and for us in Hong Kong? Will Biden
treat the city differently?
From 9:15-9:30 we'll be discussing animal abuse following four recent cases including dogs, a cat and a wild boar.
8:30- 9:15 US elections
8:30-9:00: Imogen Page-Jarrett, Research Analyst, The Economist Intelligence Unit
8:30-9:00 Andrew Blasi Director of Crowell and Morning international, a leading global government affairs, public policy, and public relations firm, where he advises business executives across Asia as they engage with the United States Government
9:00-9:15: Cheung Siu-wai, Senior Lecturer of Journalism Department, Hong Kong Baptist University
9:15-9:30 Animal cruelty
9:15-9:30 Phone: Karina O’Carroll, Animal Welfare Education Manager, Animals Asia Foundation