Press Releases

BPA Launches Video on “Safeguard the Rule of Law – Support Police’s Impartial Enforcement”

It is now more than a month into the Occupy Central movement. Activities associated with civil disobedience have not only disrupted Hong Kong’s economy and people’s livelihoods but have also led to a polarized society.

BPA Hopes all Parties Treasure the Foundation of Dialogue for Working Out a Solution Together

The Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong (BPA) welcomes the constructive dialogue held today (October 21) between the Government and the representatives of the Hong Kong Federation of Students (HKFS).

BPA Urges All Parties to Treasure the Opportunity of Dialogue to Reconcile Society

Occupy Central has entered its third week. Illegal rallies such as those in Mongkok have since deteriorated into violent skirmishes aimed at undermining the police’s authority. These events are completely unacceptable and at odds with Hong Kong’s core values of peace and judiciousness.

BPA Visits Police Inspector Injured in Mongkok Protest Clashes

On behalf of the Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong (BPA), Mr Andrew Leung Kwan-yuen and Mr Jeffery Lam Kin-fung, respectively BPA Chairman and Vice Chairman, today (October 6) visited Police Inspector Tsang, who was injured in the line of duty during violent clashes surrounding the Occupy Central protests in Mongkok.

BPA Urges Government to Provide Low-interest Loans for SMEs Affected by Occupy Central

As Occupy Central enters its ninth day, the side effects of the movement are beginning to manifest themselves as social order remains in a state of turmoil. Many small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are beginning to feel the pinch of the protests.

BPA Calls for Calm and Dialogue

The Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong (BPA) regrets and condemns the eruption of street violence that occurred yesterday in Mongkok and Causeway Bay.

BPA Visits Taiwan to Promote Bilateral Exchanges

The Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong (BPA) visited Taipei from September 25 to 27 during which delegates met with Mr Wang Jin-pyng, President of the Legislative Yuan in Taiwan, and Mr Hau Lung-bin, Taipei Mayor, among other leading figures, to exchange views on political developments in and economic cooperation between Hong Kong and Taiwan.

BPA Urges Government to Meet with Student Representatives

The HKSAR Government today (October 3) announced that it was taking active measures to engage the protestors in dialogue and, to that end, is doing its utmost to arrange a meeting with student representatives.

BPA’s Response to Occupy Central

The Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong (BPA) expresses deep sorrow over the clashes between the police and protesters caused by students and the Occupy Central movement. Hong Kong is our home and we find the latest events surrounding the protest to be most disturbing.

BPA Deeply Regrets Chaos from Student Protests

The Business and Professionals Alliance for Hong Kong (BPA) expresses deep regret over the deterioration of the students’ class boycott and unlawful assembly into turmoil and disorder. The BPA also condemns protesters’ clashes with the police last night.


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