Who is Anson Chan in Hong Kong history? 前政務司司長陳方安生

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Video interview link:  http://podcast.rthk.hk/podcast/item_epi.php?pid=428&id=33314

Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anson_Chan

I would suggest that very few students today in Hong Kong know who Anson Chan is or much about her role in Hong Kong.  It may even be taught to students that she is a malcontent to Hong Kong.

That is the farthest thing from the truth. She served Hong Kong honourably and rose to the highest level of government service to Hong Kong of any women past or present.  She is worth learning about and listening to her.

前政務司司長陳方安生

星期日梁振英到天水圍出席論壇,支持和反對他的人在場外劍拔弩張,更出現暴力場面。場內,他的一番言論,令原本已經撕裂的社會再起波瀾,矛盾對立有增無減。

有人說事件令人想起文革十年浩劫,有人擔心六七暴動重演,但更多人在問:「香港為什麼會變成這樣?」梁振英沒有回應這些問題,卻在網誌寫他幾十年前買紅衫魚時如何講價。我們曾經邀請他出席節目,特首辦回覆梁先生公務繁忙,未能安排。

至於今日嘉賓,他曾是公務員之首,亦曾高票當選立法會議員,有人說她是香港良心,捍衛香港核心價值,亦有人稱她是港英餘孽,整天指手劃腳。對於現時政治同社會亂局,她有甚麼看法?

《星期五主場》今日請到前政務司司長陳方安生作為嘉賓。

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