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HKJA's Luncheon on 18 Dec (Guest: Hon Henry Tang Ying-yen)

Dear members / colleagues,
At a time when the rows over universal suffrage and the pan-democrats’ plan to hold mass resignations dominate the political agenda, who will be a better person for journalists to engage in close-quarter dialogue other than Chief Secretary Hon Henry Tang Ying-yen, who is spearheading the government consultation on constitutional reform?
The Hong Kong Journalists Association is offering this opportunity for fellow journalists and journalism students to meet Henry Tang, who will give a speech and take questions over an informal lunch – the first session in our series of luncheon talks to be held regularly with leading speakers from the political, business and cultural circles in coming months.
Details of the lunch with Henry Tang as followed: 
Date: 18th December 2009 (Friday)
Venue: D Corner Restaurant
Flat F,1/F Block A, Winner Building, 27-37 D'aguilar Street, Central
Time: 12:
30pm – 2:30pm
         (12:30pm – 1:00pm Reception)
            (1:00pm - 1:40pm Lunch)
         (1:40pm - 2:30pm Q&A session
** The speech will be conducted in Cantonese although English and Putonghua questions can be fielded in the QA session.
Fee: Student Member - $150; Other Member - $200;  Non member - $250
Registration: HKJA ( Tel: 25910692; Email:
If you are interested, please sign the reply slip attached, and email ( or fax (2572-7329) to HKJA before 16 Dec 2009 for the reservation. You are required to pay the fee at the luncheon. Please register as soon as possible.
** The next speaker in January will be Joseph Lian Yi-zheng, the out-going chief columnist of the Hong Kong Economic Journal who has quit the Central Policy Unit in 2004 because of pressure from the government.  


07/12/2009 18:32:00   updated more
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