The feedback of 12/6 extreme behaviours and conducts

All friends in the press, There was, as we all could see, another unprecedented deadlock in the LegCo meeting yesterday (12/6). The roads to LegCo had been sealed, by hundreds of protesters, Read more

DAB Party Heads Elected

Following elections on April 3 for 52 members of the DAB’s 15th Central Committee and 42 members of the 8th Senate, the two bodies today held their inaugural meetings of Read more

We Condemn Pointless Accusations by the US Consul General “One Country, Two Systems” Creates Opportunities for Hong Kong

Implement measures to increase land to meet people’s needs

Enhance cross-border transport infrastructure within the Greater Bay Area

US State Department response more than enough to address fears and stop scaremongers

Last month, I paid a visit to Washington at the invitation of US congressman Robert Pittenger, to attend the Parliamentary Intelligence Security Forum chaired by him. It was my pleasure Read more

Improve Cybersecurity Protect Personal Privacy and Property

Making the  “One-hour Living Circle” a Reality

Providing Detailed Explanations Can Ease Public Concerns

Anti-Rodent Work Needs to be Strengthened at All Districts

DAB strongly condemns the MTRC for the large scale signalling failure of four train lines and the subsequent traffic chaos it created

The concurrent signalling system failures on the Island Line, Tsuen Wan Line, Kwun Tong Line and Tseung Kwan O Line led to serious disruption of train services as well as Read more

The DAB responds to the Lift Modernisation Subsidy Scheme (LIMSS)

The government submitted a paper to the Legislative Council outlining the details of the “Lift Modernisation Subsidy Scheme” (LIMSS).  The government will be accepting the first round of applications in Read more

DAB Supports Increase in Land Supply: Our Response to the “Lantau Tomorrow Vision” Project

The Lantau Tomorrow Vision (LTV) project, put forward by the government in the recently released Policy Address, attracted wide attention and sparked public debate.  The DAB is of the view Read more

Roundtable Forum on “The Transparency in the Usage of the Fees for Extracurricular Activities”

DAB held a Roundtable Forum on “The Transparency in the Usage of the Fees for Extracurricular Activities”, chaired by Legislative Councilor and DAB Spokesperson on Education Horace Cheung, at  the Read more

“Planning for the Future with Praiseworthy Decisiveness Listening Closely to the People and Walking a Reasonable Path” DAB’s response to the 2018 Policy Address.

The Chief Executive delivered her second Policy Address today (October 10).   All in all, the DAB feels this Policy Address to be one of  “planning for the future with praiseworthy Read more

Roundtable Forum on  “Gender Mainstreaming — Promoting Gender Equality and Eliminating Discrimination against Women”

The DAB Women Affairs Committee (“the Committee”) held a roundtable discussion —“Gender Mainstreaming — Promoting Gender Equality and Eliminating Discrimination against Women” — in the Legislative Council Complex today (October Read more

Survey on grassroots tenants and proposed locations for  transitional housing

In order to ease the difficulties the grassroots face in housing, DAB Legislative Councilor Vincent Cheng, together with DAB Sham Shui Po District Councilors and officers conducted a questionnaire survey Read more

DAB Roundtable Forum on “The Development and Challenges of Cross-boundary Elderly Care”

DAB held a roundtable forum on “The Development and Challenges of Cross-boundary Elderly Care” chaired by Legislative Councilor and Spokesperson on Welfare Policy Leung Che-cheung today (October 3, 2018).  We Read more

2018 Survey on the Weight of Schoolbags DAB Family Affairs Committee

The DAB Family Affairs Committee conducted a city-wide survey and hosted an event in Shau Kei Wan on the weight of schoolbags.  A total of 726 students were interviewed to Read more

Reviewing Post-storm Arrangements

Pro-independence Advocacy on Hong Kong Campuses Must be Dealt with Sternly

HK should do more to help ethnic minorities succeed

Have you ever thought that choosing between Chinese Medium Instruction and English Medium Instruction schools can be difficult? Perhaps not for a local student, but the same cannot be said Read more

The Residence Permit: A Major Convenience Facilitating Measure

Room for Improvement for the Producer Responsibility Scheme on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WPRS)

Research Report on the Difficulties faced by South Asians in the HKSAR

Recently the government set up a steering committee led by the Chief Secretary for Administration to coordinate, review and monitor all the work that assists ethnic minorities while they will Read more

Persevering in the right direction and courageously moving forward

Support for “Hong Kong National Party” Ban

Persevering in the right direction and courageously moving forward The Expectations of the DAB towards the 2018/2019 Policy Address

Over the past year the Government has delivered good results.  Overall, the policies of the Government are well received by the public.  In the coming year, we expect that the Read more

Newsletter (July 2018)

DAB Consumer Confidence Index Survey 2018

1. Survey overview Survey objective: Since October 2004, the DAB has measured consumer confidence in Hong Kong with an index adopted from the University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index. This Read more