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    Social Welfare Essay

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    Introduction After years of transformation, Hong Kong has become one of the developed regions. The citizens began to pursuit a better quality of life, rather than the basic living standards. The demand for a wider scope of welfare policies grew beyond the society. The provision of social welfare has therefore become an essential element in government administration. The Hong Kong Government has offered social services to different tiers of recipients. There are existing policies aiming at safeguarding social security, retirement protection, ageing population and the disabled individuals. This essay will focus on answering three separate questions. The writer disagrees with the first statement, which states that the government should not be the prime provider of welfare. Though there is the existence of government failure in resource distribution, it can ensure that the general public who desire for social welfare can obtain it, even they are too costly for an individual to bear with. The society can benefit from it in the long-term. About the second statement, the writer agrees with the view, which…

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    ASPO Case Study

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    Accountability System for Principal Officials in Hong Kong (ASPO)? Discuss the effectiveness of ASPO in operation. Introduction In 1998, the new Hong Kong International Airport opened in Chek Lap Kok. In the first day, the new Hong Kong international airport have many problem on it such as the fight information, the luggage system. It make the Hong Kong international image damaged. After this problem, the commission of inquiry need the Chief Secretary for Administration Chan Fang On Sang need to…

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    Hong Kong has just experienced the first legislative council election after the largest protest in the decade in the history of Hong Kong namely the “Umbrella Revolution”. In the fall of 2014, a large scale protest and street occupation happened in Hong Kong. The main highway the centre of the city were occupied by the protestors and their tent-filled base camp. The protest was incited by two student activist groups, Hong Kong Federation of Students and “Scholarism”. People were uprising to send…

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    investigation is on the Hong Kong Handover, which is about the transfer of Hong Kong from British rule to Chinese rule. The question I will analyze is “To what extent did Hong Kong retain its original government immediately after the Hong Kong handover in 1996?” The method I will use to answer this question is by researching facts about the government before and after 1997 and analyzing what changed or stayed the same. In this section, I will investigate two sources: Hong Kong Government…

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    collection and high level thinking skills, research is carried out to compare and contrast two Asian megacities. In particular, this city report presents the differences and similarities between Hong Kong and Tokyo with respect to cultural orientations, economics configurations, environmental issues, population demographics, and religion as well as socio-political culture. Geographical Locations and Demographic Profiles Hong Kong is an eastern Asia megacity on China’s southern coast. It is…

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    The problem of human inequality and the divisions within human society is a big part of the novel “To Kill a Mockingbird” and it is still part of our society today. An example of this problem is the trial of Tom Robinson, Walter Cunningham Jr. being treated differently because of who he is, and the discrimination against black people. Our society is still dealing with this situation…

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    political leading to the French president not attending the first opening. Disney learnt from the French mistakes which and was able to incorporate their core culture into the Chinese culture with less difficulties. When it came to service orientation, personnel management and training practices was considered a norm. Asia’s interest in Western culture combined with the love of fantasy costumes was a key success and benefited everyone. Products such as souvenirs were a part of the experience in…

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    INTRODUCTION The objective of this report is to examine the effectiveness of board of directors of China Primary Energy Holding Limited in terms of the communication and other forms of engagement with shareholders. The following passage will discuss the topic above in three main areas that are the degree of compliance with Hong Kong GEM Corporate Governance codes, the impact of ownership structure on company’s performance and the effectiveness of communication with shareholders. BACKGROUND…

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    Jimmy Cho Case Study

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    Jimmy Choo is a Malaysian fashion designer. His real name is Choo Yeang Keat. Jimmy Choo was born in Penang, Malaysia in 15 November 1952 to Zhou family, similar surname with a China’s famous premier Zhou Enlai and the popular Hong Kong actor Chow Yun-Fat who is the actor in the Oscar award movie “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon”. They are from the same family clan which is the Zhou clan family. The surname was wrongly spelled in his birth certificate as “Choo” instead of Chew in Penang Hockkien…

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    Lee Kuan Yew Case Study

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    The first critic was on the separation of Singapore from Malaysia. Malaysia’s first Prime Minister accused him that he led a state government and that Singapore is not loyal. This was because Lee Kuan Yew believed that Singapore, primarily dominated by the Chinese would always be at the disadvantage if it is under a Malay majority country. The second critic towards Lee Kuan Yew was when he made English as the main language in Singapore. He strongly believed that mastering of English is a must…

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