• BPA welcomes the second round of Anti-epidemic Fund measures

    BPA welcomes the second round of Anti-epidemic Fund measures

  • BPA calls for MTR fare cuts by 20 to 30% for 9 months

    BPA calls for MTR fare cuts by 20 to 30% for 9 months

  • BPA Strongly Condemns Mong Kok Riot Harming Investors’ Confidence

    BPA Strongly Condemns Mong Kok Riot Harming Investors’ Confidence

  • BPA Launches <br>“Anti-mob, Pray for Hong Kong” Activity

    BPA Launches
    “Anti-mob, Pray for Hong Kong” Activity

  • Christopher Cheung Wah-fung Meets Tsinghua University EMBA Students

    Christopher Cheung Wah-fung Meets Tsinghua University EMBA Students

  • BPA welcomes the second round of Anti-epidemic Fund measures

    Hong Kong government announced the second round of the $137.5 billion Anti-epidemic Fund measures. The Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong (BPA) welcomed the latest measures and expressed our appreciation and gratitude to the Administration that has listened to and accepted our suggestions. BPA believed the measures could help support enterprises, safeguard jobs and relieve people’s burden. Members of the Alliance urged the government to announce the details of the implementation of the measures as soon as possible.


  • BPA calls for MTR fare cuts by 20 to 30% for 9 months

    COVID-19 epidemic jeopardizes Hong Kong people’s livelihood. Honorable Members of the Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong (BPA) met with the Secretary for Transport and Housing Frank Chan Fan on March 9 to suggest the MTR Corporation to reduce fares by 20 to 30 percent for 9 months in order to alleviate the burden of travelling expenses on citizens. To tide the public over difficult times, the implementation period should be from April until the end of this year. BPA urged the government to cover related expenses by the dividend income from MTR.


  • Letter To Hong Kong (Ir Dr LO Wai Kwok)

    During the LegCo election canvass earlier this year, I have met many young engineers and most of them are asking the same question: what is the prospect of engineers in Hong Kong?


  • Letter To Hong Kong (Ir Dr LO Wai Kwok)

    Dear fellow Hong Kong Engineers, In January this year, Hong Kong has experienced a strongest cold wave in decades. Scientists claim that we may expect more extreme weather in this century due to global climate change. While Industrialization has brought to us modernization, it has also resulted in high consumption rate of natural resources, depletion


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