• 1997
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI held "The 50th Anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: Reflection of Hong Kong SAR" forum.

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1738 (1997/12/14)
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 17 December, 1997
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS held "The Expansion of the Power of Police Force after The Handover" forum.

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1737 (1997/12/07)
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 10 December, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    22 Executive members of HKCC met with Mr. Tung Chee Hwa, the Chief Executive of HKSAR, expressing concerns for religious freedom and people's livelihood.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 97/98, p. 15
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: 12 November, 1997
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Representatives of CFHKS and other Christian organizations initiated a campaign against the newly passed Immigration Ordinance.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 16
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 24 July, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and civil organizations initiated a campaign to protest the SAR government to frozen 9 laws that related to labour protection, human rights and habour protection.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 16
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 16 July, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other Christian organizations petitioned to the Chief Executive Office, requesting the SAR government not to abolish 5 laws that protected labour rights.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 16
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 11 July, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS participated “Love China, Love Hong Kong Demonstration” and “1st July Prayer Meeting” organised by HKASPDMC and July 1st Link respectively.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 1 July, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝Wu Lo Sai 胡露茜Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Christian & Missionary Alliance Church Union of Hong Kong issued "A Faith Statement at the Time of the Return of Hong Kong: Recommendation of Christian & Missionary Alliance Church Union of Hong Kong

    Event Organizer: Other Christian Organizations
    Date: July, 1997
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI held "The Handover of Hong Kong: A Road to Slavery?" forum

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1711 (1997/06/08)
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 16 June, 1997
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCC Executive Committee published "HKCC's Statement of 1997".

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1714 (1997/06/29)
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: 16 June, 1997
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Representatives of CFHKS participated in “One Person, One Letter” campaign initiated by the Joint Committee on Concern for Election for having direct election in the first Legislative Council election of SAR.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 16
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 4 June, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    July 1st Link held "1997: Build a Civil Society Together" international conference.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 96/97, p. 9
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: June, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝Wu Lo Sai 胡露茜Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS held "human rights sharing forum, 1997".

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1706 (1997/05/04)
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 9 May, 1997
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Representatives of CFHKS joined the walk-out initiated by Charter 97.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 4 May, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Society For Truth And Light (STL) was established.

    Event Organizer: Other Christian Organizations
    Date: May, 1997
    Yung Wai Yip 翁偉業
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Methodist Church, Hong Kong announced "The Pastoral Letter of A New Age".

    Event Organizer: Other Christian Organizations
    Date: May, 1997
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and some of its members signed a statement initiated by The United Front of Defending Human Rights of Hong Kong People against the suggestions that violating human rights in “The Consultation Paper of Civil Freedom and Social Order” .

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 16
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 30 April, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Hong Kong Human Rights Commission commented on “The Consultation Paper of Civil Freedom and Social Order” issued by the Legislative Council.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Christians for Hong Kong Society, Church Workers Association, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 25 April, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS participated in “Ideas and Practices of Social Actions” seminar organized by The United Front of Defending Human Rights of Hong Kong People.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 16
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 19 April, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and Hong Kong Human Rights Commission petitioned to the Chief Executive Office for human rights condition in Hong Kong.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 15
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Christians for Hong Kong Society, Church Workers Association, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 31 March, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other civil organizations joined the campaign initiated by The United Front of Defending Human Rights of Hong Kong People to oppose the repeal of laws and the restoration of the Public Order (Amendment) Ordinance.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 15
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Start Date: 24 January, 1997
    End Date: 30 January, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝Wu Lo Sai 胡露茜
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Social Concerns Committee of HKCC commented on the recommendation to repeal laws by the Preparatory Committee.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 96/97, p. 12
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: 19 January, 1997
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS joined the campaign initiated by the July 1st Link to respond the repeal of 16 Laws in Hong Kong by the Preparatory Committee.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 15
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 11 January, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other civil organizations initiated an evening rally for democracy beyond 1997.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 15
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 1 January, 1997
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCRM issued a pastoral letter, “Marching in Unity of the SAR Church”.

    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Church Renewal Movement
    Date: January, 1997
    Yu Wai Kan 余慧根
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The United Front of Defending Human Rights of Hong Kong People was established by HKCI and other civil organizations.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 96/97, p. 9
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: January, 1997
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wu Lo Sai 胡露茜
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI comented on 1997/1998 Budget.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 97/98, p. 7
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Year: 1997
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI opposed the government's poverty policy.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 97/98, p. 7
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Year: 1997
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCIC held "The Asian Network for the Rights of Occupational Accident Victims" and advocated installing 1 May holiday, and seeting up laws for work injury compensation and the right of collective labour negotiations.

    Reference: Tong Wing Sze, Social Conscience or Troublemaker?, p. 44-45
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee
    Year: 1997
    Lau Chin Shek 劉千石
  • 1996
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other Christian organizations signed an open letter to three Chief Executive candidates to state Christian concerns for the future of Hong Kong.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 15
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 8 December, 1996
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Social Concerns Committee of HKCC held "A Mock Election for the Chief Executive".

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 96/97, p. 12
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Start Date: 6 December, 1996
    End Date: 8 December, 1996
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Social Concerns Committee of HKCC presented their opinions about the government's proposal of having more Mark Six lottery draws for extra funding to support sports and arts.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 96/97, p. 12
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: November, 1996
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Social Concerns Committee of HKCC presented their opinions on the Consultation Paper for the Reproductive Technology Bill.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 96/97, p. 11-12
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: 15 September, 1996
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI wrote an article in Mingpao to comment on Christians joining the Election Committee.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 25
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 27 August, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint declaration for establishing anti-discrimination laws.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 24
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 7 July, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI participated in a rally for equal opportunities and petitioned to the Government House and the Legislative Council.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 24
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Start Date: 7 July, 1996
    End Date: 10 July, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Christian organizations published a declaration to regret HKCC joining the Election Committee.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 22
    Event Organizer: Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 24 May, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI initiated a joint declaration in Mingpao against joining the Election Committee.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 22
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 17 May, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations held a seminar to discuss if Christians should join the Election Committee.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 21
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 28 April, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Joint Committee for Civic Education Guidelines Review met government representatives for setting civic education as an independent subject in schools

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 21
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 17 April, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Charter 97 was founded by HKCI and other civil organizations.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 21
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 29 March, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other civil organizations petitioned to Xinhua News Agency HK Branch against the setting up of the Provisional Legislative Council.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 26 March, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI held “Sexual Orientation Discrimination” seminar with other Christian organizations.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 15 March, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Christian Coalition of Policy Monitoring commented on 1995/1996 Budget and published an article in Sing Tao Daily.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 14 March, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Joint Committee for Civic Education Guidelines Review commented on The 1st draft of the Guidelines on Civic Education.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 8 March, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed to endorse the Consultation Paper for Eliminating Discrimination of Family Responsibility.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 6 March, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed to endorse the Consultation Paper for Equal Opportunities of Sexual Orientation. It also issued a position paper to respond the Consultation Paper.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 6 March, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Christian Joint Committee on Concern for Election submitted their comments to the Legislative Council regarding the election of the Provisional Legislative Council and the first Chief Executive.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 6 March, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Christian Coalition of Policy Monitoring commented on the Consultation Paper of Policy on Safeguarding Rational Allocation of Public Housing Resources.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 6 March, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    FES held a talk about homosexuality.

    Reference: FES, FES Annual Report 1996, p. 11
    Event Organizer: Fellowship of Evangelical Students (HK)
    Date: March, 1996
    Yung Wai Yip 翁偉業
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations met with Labour Department officials to discuss the proposal of imported workers.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 9 February, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint declaration to protest the violence against labour activists.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 5 February, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Christian Coalition of Policy Monitoring submitted their comments on Education Commission Report No. 6.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 29 January, 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Christian & Missionary Alliance Church Union Hong Kong (CMACUHK) issued a "5 Year Plan". (Extended from the previous 10 year plan.)

    Event Organizer: Other Christian Organizations
    Year: 1996
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    EFCC issued "The Biblical Basis for the Evangelical Free Church to meet the Future Changes".

    Event Organizer: Other Christian Organizations
    Year: 1996
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI issued People's Policy Address, 1996-1997.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 96/97, p. 10
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Year: 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI commented on Education Commission Report No. 7.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 96/97, p. 10
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Year: 1996
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    ICCF established the "Task Force on Concern for the Future of Hong Kong Future".

    Reference: Research & External Training Department, FES ed., Never dying flame : FES and Evangelical student movement (1957-2007), p. 11-47
    Event Organizer: Fellowship of Evangelical Students (HK)
    Year: 1996
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Social Concerns Committee of HKCC had drafted a document to discuss the relationship of the Church and the State.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 95/96, p. 10-11
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Year: 1996
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI, CFHKS and other church organizations jointly published a job-to-do list to the 1st Chief Executive of Hong Kong SAR government.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 96/97, p. 10
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Year: 1996
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
  • 1995
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations called to pray for Mr. Wei Jingsheng and participated a walk-out on 17th December.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 15 December, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI, HKWCC, HKJP and SCMHK jointly held “Sexual Harassment in Church” seminar.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Other Catholic Organizations, Student Christian Movement (HK)
    Date: 15 December, 1995
    Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wu Lo Sai 胡露茜Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI petitioned to the Legislative Council for establishing retirement pension for the aged people.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 13 December, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI initiated a signature campaign and sit-in for keeping the Bill of Rights Ordinance.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Start Date: 6 December, 1995
    End Date: 9 December, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection published an article in Express to request the Legislative Council members vote against the funding proposal for setting up the Mandatory Provident Fund.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 24 November, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI petitioned to Legislative Council and requested the councillors to vote against MPF funding proposal.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 24 November, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sent a signed petition to Mr. Dennis Ting, requesting him to establish safety charter for his toy factory.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 24 November, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a declaration against the abolishment of the New Territories Land (Exemption) Ordinance and the restoration of the Public Order (Amendment) Ordinance.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 23 November, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Christian Joint Committee on Concern for Election published an article in Mingpao agianst stripping Hong Kong people’s right of direct election.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 21 November, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI petitioned to the Legislative Council against the amendment of the Bill of Rights Ordinance by the Preliminary Working Committee.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 15 November, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI joined the the “Operation Defending the Bill of Rights Ordinance” as one of the founding members.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 9 November, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Representative of CFHKS met officials of the United Nations to introduce how the “United Nations Convention against Torture” was implemented in Hong Kong.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 13
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Christians for Hong Kong Society, Church Workers Association, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 26 October, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKHRC published an article in Mingpao to protest against Hong Kong government's passivity in improving human rights situation in Hong Kong.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Christians for Hong Kong Society, Church Workers Association, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 25 October, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI, CFHKS and other organizations initiated a signature campaign against the Preliminary Working Committee to amend the Bill of Rights Ordinance.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 16; CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 13
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Start Date: 21 October, 1995
    End Date: 22 October, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKHRC published an article, titled as, "The Preliminary Working Committee helped Britain to get away with its responsility".

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Christians for Hong Kong Society, Church Workers Association, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 20 October, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI called for a press conference to comment on the Policy Address.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 95/96, p. 15
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 19 October, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other religious organizations jointly issued “People's Policy Address”.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 13
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 19 October, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS representative attended “Consultation Meeting on Family Responsibility and Sexual Orientation Discrimination” and gave initial opinions about the issue.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 13
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 16 October, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other organizations published a statement in Mingpao to urge toy manufactures formulate safety charter.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 13
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 11 October, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Representatives from CFHKS and Hong Kong Human Rights Commission met the Human Rights Council of the United Nations to discuss how the United Nations can continue to monitor the human rights situations in Hong Kong.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 13
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Christians for Hong Kong Society, Church Workers Association, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 27 September, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS was interviewed by the South China Morning Post to comment the Legislative Council’s positions on democracy, human rights and livelihood.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 13
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 16 September, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection issued a statement to regret that the Legislative Council has passed the mandatory provident fund scheme.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 27 July, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection and the Joint Operation for Supporting Equal Opportunities Bill sent petition letters to the Legislative Council.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 22-23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 26 July, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI published an advertisement, “Be United! Support the Equal Opportunities Bill!” in Mingpao.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 22
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 17 July, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Joint Committee of Church Organizations on Concern for Retirement Protection submitted about 3000 signatures with a petition letter to the Government House against the proposal of the private mandatory provident fund.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 22
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 9 July, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS held "Meet the Challenge of 1997: A Reflection of Faith" rally.

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1608 (1995/06/18)
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: June, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKHRC attended the Legislative Council meeting to state their opinions on the outline of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Christians for Hong Kong Society, Church Workers Association, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 6 May, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection petitioned to the Government House to express their disappointment on the consultant's report of the private mandatory provident fund.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 6 May, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed an open letter to the government for the problem of rooftop shacks.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 2 May, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sent a letter to the government, requesting it to explain for not supporting independent civic education.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 1 May, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection petitioned to the Legislative Council to protest against the Council's rejection of teacher’s retirement protection scheme.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 27 April, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations sent in a submission to Equal Opportunities Bill and Sex Discrimination Bill committee.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 10 April, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI held a press conference to protest against the Curriculum Committee's decision of not supporting civic education as an independent subject in schools.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 2 April, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Christian Joint Committee on Concern for Pornography held an anti-pronography rally.

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1595 (1995/03/19)
    Event Organizer: Fellowship of Evangelical Students (HK)
    Date: 2 April, 1995
    Yung Wai Yip 翁偉業
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Christian Joint Committee on Concern for Pornography published a statement and prayer in newspapers, and met Legislative Council members to protest against publishers of pornographic materials.

    Reference: FES, FES Annual Report 1995, p. 12
    Event Organizer: Fellowship of Evangelical Students (HK)
    Date: 27 March, 1995
    Yung Wai Yip 翁偉業
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection petitioned to the Governor and Legislative Council members for implementing retirement protection for aged people.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 14 March, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and many Christian organizations held a press conference against 1995/1996 Budget and asked the Legislative Council members to vote against it.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 13 March, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Christian Joint Committee on Concern for Pornography held an open forum.

    Reference: FES, FES Annual Report 1995, p. 12
    Event Organizer: Fellowship of Evangelical Students (HK)
    Date: 11 March, 1995
    Yung Wai Yip 翁偉業
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI with women organizations and religious organizations organized “Sunset Dating on Woman's Day” to promote gender equality.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 8 March, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCC, HKWCC and HKCI jointly held "Sex Discrimination Bill and the Gender Equality in Church" seminar.

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1591 (1995/02/19)
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: 8 March, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Tso Man King 曹敏敬Wu Lo Sai 胡露茜Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI officially joined Hong Kong Human Rights Commission (HKHRC).

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Christians for Hong Kong Society, Church Workers Association, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 6 March, 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Breakthrough, with the support of Social Welfare Department, launched "Mental Health Education Project" to educate the general public to support persons recovered from mental health problems.

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1595 (1995/03/19)
    Event Organizer: Breakthrough
    Date: March, 1995
    Choi Yuen Wan 蔡元雲Li Sook Kit 李淑潔
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Social Concerns Committee of HKCC started to study the problem of caged homes.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 94/95, p. 11
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: March, 1995
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection met government officials to voice out its disappointment on shelving the retirement pension scheme.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 17 February, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint statement, urging the Legislative Council to pass the motion of public housing constructions.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 13 February, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations called for a press conference to comment on 1995/1996 Budget and sent a letter to the Financial Secretary.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 28 January, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations held a press conference to condemn the government for stripping Hong Kong people’s rights for retirement protection.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 28 January, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government petitioned to the Xinhua News Agency HK Branch against political censorship.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 22 January, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI jointly held “Sex Discrimination Ordinance and the Gender Equality in Church” seminar.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 13 January, 1995
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCRM issued “Marching Towards SAR: Hong Kong Church Mission Declaration”.

    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Church Renewal Movement
    Date: January, 1995
    Yu Wai Kan 余慧根
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    July 1st Link was established by HKCI, CFHKS, HKCIC, SCMHK and other Christian organizations.

    Reference: Joseph Cheng, The Other Hong Kong Report 1997, p. 475
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Year: 1995
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝Wu Lo Sai 胡露茜Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCCCC issued "HKCCCC's Statement on the Future of Hong Kong".

    Event Organizer: The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China
    Year: 1995
  • 1994
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other civil organizations issued “Supporting Cheuk Ming Mansion and Tak Yan House Rooftop Shack Residents” statement, urging the government to resettle residents quickly.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 11
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 26 December, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint advertisement, to state the importance of commemorating the Nanjing Massacre.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 15
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 13 December, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Chiu Sin Wing represented Hong Kong Human Rights Commission to attend RTHK program, the City Forum, to discuss how the Human Rights Ordinance can fight corruption.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 11
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 11 December, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Chiu Sin Wing, representative of CFHKS, with HKJP and HKCI, met Democratic Party to discuss the issue of Vietnamese boat people.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 11
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 2 December, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    FES held a summer course and formed Christian Task Force on Concern for Pornography. Later, it became Christian Joint Committee on Concern for Pornography.

    Reference: FES, FES Annual Report 1995, p. 12
    Event Organizer: Fellowship of Evangelical Students (HK)
    Date: December, 1994
    Yung Wai Yip 翁偉業
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and environmental organizations initiated a signature campaign to oppose the construction of golf club at Nam Sang Wai.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 15
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 26 November, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Chiu Sin Wing, representative of CFHKS, met the Concern for Refugee to discuss the issue of 125 Vietnamese boat people.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 11
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 26 November, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    5 religious organizations, including CFHKS, sent an open letter to Democratic Party against the party's objection of releasing 125 Vietnamese boat people.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 11
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 23 November, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Chiu Sin Wing, representative of CFHKS, discussed with government officials after 125 boat people were sent to Mong Hau Shek.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 11
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 21 November, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI issued a statement to remember the anniversary of the tragedy of Shenzhen Zhili factory.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 15
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 19 November, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    A Mid-Decade Church Mission Consultation was held by Christian Mission Committee of HKCC to review the ministry of Hong Kong church and discuss challenges in the transitional period.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 93/94, p. 9
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Start Date: 1 November, 1994
    End Date: 5 November, 1994
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other religious organizations sent an open letter to Economic, Social and Cultural Rights Committee of the United Nations.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 11
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 31 October, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations jointly held “Care for Maria: Retirement Protection Scheme Testimony”. A joint petition letter was sent to the Governor together with the Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 13-14
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 30 October, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and Breakthrough met the Equal Opportunities Bill Committee of the Legislative Council.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 11
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Breakthrough
    Date: 28 October, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Choi Yuen Wan 蔡元雲Li Sook Kit 李淑潔Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other organizations met Equal Opportunities Bill committee members to state their viewpoints.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 14
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 26 October, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI held a press conference with other Christian organizations on the Policy Address 1994.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 13-14
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 13 October, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Chiu Sin Wing, representative of CFHKS commented on the Policy Address's suggestion of introducing the “United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child” to Hong Kong in an interview of Asia TV.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 11
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 7 October, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations jointly held “Challenges of Equal Opportunities Bill and Human Rights Committee Bill to the Church” seminar.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 13
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 27 September, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and Zuni Icosahedron initiated a signature campaign for setting up public radio and TV channels.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 13
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 19 September, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Christian Joint Committee on Concern for Election published a series of articles, “Christian Concern for Election Series”, in Christian Times.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 30; HKCI Annual Report 94/95, p. 13
    Event Organizer: Other Christian Organizations
    Start Date: 21 August, 1994
    End Date: 11 September, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI held a forum on retirement protection scheme.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 29-30
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 7 August, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI, CFHKS and other organizations to discuss the political education in senior forms of secondary schools with government officials.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 29
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 5 August, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations met with the Meeting Point, requesting them to explain the reasons of voting against having direct election in 1995.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 29
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 14 July, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government held a 10-days sit-in at Star Ferry Pier in Tsim Sha Tsui for demanding direct election in 1995.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 29
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 29 June, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Representative of HKCI sent a petition letter to the government for setting up human rights committee.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 27
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 31 May, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and many Christian organizations sent letters to Legislative Council members for supporting Equal Opportunities Bill. They also stated their position on “Equal Pay for Equal Work”, sex discrimination and homosexuality.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 26
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 13 May, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other organizations met with Councillor Alfred Tso Shiu-wai, urging him and other Legislative Council members to support New Territories Land (Exemption) Bill proposed by Christine Loh Kung Wai.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 26
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 22 April, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other organizations petitioned to Xinhua News Agency HK Branch for the freedom of the press and to urge the Chinese government to release Mr. Chik Yeung.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 25
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 21 April, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations petitioned to Xinhua News Agency HK Branch to urge the Chinese government to release activists.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 24
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 15 April, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and CFHKS signed a joint statement on New Territories Land (Exemption) Bill.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 24; CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 10
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 11 April, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other religious organizations held a protest to the Xinhua News Agency HK Branch to request for releasing Mr. Chik Yeung immediately.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 10
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 8 April, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint statement to support gender equality for the rights of inheritance.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 24
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 2 April, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other religious organizations held a press conference to strongly condemn the violence of the New Territories Indigenous Inhabitants outside the Legislative Council. It also supported New Territories Land (Exemption) Bill proposed by Councillor Miss Loh Kung Wai, JP.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 10
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: March, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS held a press conference with the Association of Patient Rights to call for legislating the protection of patient rights.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 10
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: March, 1994
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations held a press conference to comments on 1994/1995 Budget.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 14 February, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government called for a press conference to present the survey results about Legislative Council members’ positions on political reform proposal.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 13 February, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI submitted 5000 signatures to Xinhua News Agency HK Branch to express their concern to workers of Shenzhen Zhili factory.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 2 February, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection submitted a petition letter to the Legislative Council to support a universal pension system which is contributed by employers, employees and the government.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 18 January, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and many organizations met the Secretary for Education and Manpower and Legislative Council members respectively to give their comments on mandatory retirement protection scheme.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 17 January, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and many Christian organizations held a forum on retirement protection scheme at St. Vincent’s Chapel, Wong Tai Sin.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 16 January, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other organizations sent a letter to the Governor for direct election in 1995. The personal secretary of the Governor returned a letter on 18 January.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 12 January, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection held a press conference, urging the government to give contribution to the scheme.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 22
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 4 January, 1994
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCRM and HK Evangelism 2000 merged.

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1524 (1993/11/07)
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Church Renewal Movement, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: January, 1994
    Yu Wai Kan 余慧根
  • 1993
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI’s Social Action Task Force sent in a submission to the government on the “Green Paper on Equal Opportunities for Women and Men”.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 21
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 30 December, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government issued a statement to condemn the Chinese and the British governments rejected a referendum on political reform.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 21
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 2 December, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Direct Election United Front 1995 issued a statement for having direct election in 1995.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 21
    Event Organizer: Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 29 November, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI issued a statement with other organizations on toy factory fire at Shenzhen, and petitioned to Xinhua News Agency HK Branch.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 21
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 22 November, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other organizations held retirement protection prayer meeting before the Clock Tower in Tsim Sha Tsui.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 21 November, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI joined a rally and walkout at Chater Garden for defending democracy in Hong Kong. After the walkout, they sent petition letters to the Government House and Xinhua News Agency HK Branch.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 3 November, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government sent an open letter to Lu Ping, the Director of Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China against the Chinese government's intimidation to Hong Kong people's voice for democracy.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 24 October, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government sent a petition letter to the Executive Council members, urging them to respect Hong Kong people’s will for democracy.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 21 October, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government sent a petition letter to the Legislative Council members, urging them to support Hong Kong people’s struggle for democracy.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 20 October, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint statement for the amendment of the New Territories Ordinance to protect the females in New Territories having equal rights with the males.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 13 October, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government sent a letter to the Government House to comment on the policy address.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 10 October, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection petitioned to the Government House for the schedule of the implementation of Central Provident Fund.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 3 October, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint statement to support direct election in 1995. 13,464 signatures were collected.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 28 September, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS, and other Christian and Catholic organizations met the governor to state their expectations of 1993/1994 constitutional development.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 9
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 27 September, 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government sent petition letters to the Government House and Xinhua News Agency HK Branch.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 93/94, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 20 September, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS signed a joint advertisement with other organizations against the attempt of distorting the WWII history of the Japanese government.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 9
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 17 September, 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCIC established "China Ministry Task Force".

    Reference: Tong Wing Sze, Social Conscience or Troublemaker?, p. 43
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee
    Date: September, 1993
    Lau Chin Shek 劉千石
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government held a press conference to express its viewpoints on the 9th session of Sino-British negotiation. It also published the survey results conducted on 11 August.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 30
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 15 August, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government conducted a questionnaire survey on the public opinion of political development at Star Ferry Piers in Tsim Sha Tsui and Central.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 30
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 11 August, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government met with Assistant Comissioner of ICAC to express their worry about the relationship between functional constituency election and corruption.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 29
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 7 August, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Direct Election United Front 1995 held a forum on the direct election of 1995.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 29
    Event Organizer: Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 1 August, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The “Democracy for Hong Kong Campaign” was launched. It called for a press conference and presented an open letter to the Government House and Xinhua News Agency HK Branch.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 29
    Event Organizer: Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 19 July, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government commented on the establishment of Human Rights Committee of the Legislative Council, and presented a letter to Legco.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 28
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 14 July, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Direct Election United Front 1995 was found, and it held a press conference. HKCI was one of the founding members.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 28
    Event Organizer: Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 7 July, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS jointed “Democratic Hong Kong Campaign” to promote democracy.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 8
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: July, 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government sent an appeal letter to the Governor for political reform. The letter was published in Mingpao.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 27
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 15 June, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government sent a letter to the government to appeal that Hong Kong’s future political arrangements should meet the human rights standard of The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR).

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 26
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 23 May, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint statement, “Cry Out for Democracy”, in newspapers.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 26
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 21 May, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Joint Committee of Ko Shan Rally for Democratic Political Reform held a rally at Ko Shan Theatre for democratic political reform in Hong Kong.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 26; CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 6
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 8 May, 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection sent an open letter to John CHAN Cho Chak, who was the government official in charge of the consultation, to urge for implementing a complete retirement protection scheme in Hong Kong.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 25
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 7 May, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Joint Committee of Ko Shan Rally for Democratic Political Reform, which HKCI and CFHKS were members, held a press conference before the Clock Tower at Tsim Sha Tsui.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 25
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 1 May, 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and many organizations formed “Anti-Discriminations Coalitions” to promote anti-discrimination campaigns.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 7
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: May, 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and CFHKS signed a joint advertisement to the Chinese and British governments to call for respecting Hong Kong people’s will and speeding up democratic development.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 25
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 22 April, 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government sent a letter to the Governor House to urge the Sino-British discussion should proceed along with the will of Hong Kong people and their basic human rights and willingness. Hong Kong people should participate, be informed and supervise the discussion process.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 25
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 18 April, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Social Concerns Committee of HKCC convened a meeting to promote public acceptance of the disabled persons. The "Church's Position Statement on Disabled Persons not Accepted by Community" has been issued.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 92/93, p. 10
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: 13 April, 1993
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI, CFHKS and many organizations published a joint advertisement to state Christian opinions on political reform.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 25; CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 6
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: 8 April, 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other organizations issued an “Anti-Discrimination Statement”against discrimination and called for anti-discrimination legislation.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 7
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: April, 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS was interviewed by Express to state its support for the abolition of the death penalty.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 7
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: April, 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sent letters to Dairy Farm International Holdings Ltd and Wellcome Co. Ltd. for workers' rights of organizing trade unions.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 24
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 30 March, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint declaration against the political Intimidation from the Chinese government and its suppression of the democratic demand of Hong Kong people.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 24
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 21 March, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations issued a statement to call for a political reform proposal supported by Hong Kong people.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 24
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 11 March, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government sent a letter to Legislative Council Members to urge the government to explain the postponement of political reform.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 2 March, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS sent a letter to the government and published articles in Mingpao to support housing loan scheme for middle class families.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 7
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: March, 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI’s task force on ex-mentally ill persons' rights met Legislative Council members against the shelving of the rehabilitation centre for ex-mentally ill persons.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 19 February, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Christian organizations, including HKCI, sent an open letter to Lu Ping, Director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office of the State Council of the People's Republic of China, to state their viewpoints on Hong Kong future.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 23
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 5 February, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection sent an open letter with 10000 signatures to the Governor House to appeal for retirement protection covering citizens who reached retirement age.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 22
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 31 January, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection met Legislative Council members and issued the “Statement on Universal Pension”.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 22
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 28 January, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Representatives of HKCC met with the Governor to express concern for Hong Kong's future, political reform, education and social services.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 92/93, p. 9
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: 20 January, 1993
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government sent letters to Legislative Council members, urging them to vote against Philip WONG Yu Hong's motion on 1995 political reform.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 21-22
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 13 January, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government held a press conference at Chater Garden to announce the opinion survey result of “Patten’s proposal”. They went to the Governor House for petition after the conference.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 21
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 1 January, 1993
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS initiated Hong Kong people had their rights to choose nationality.

    Reference: Chiu Sin Wing Oral History Interview, Tseun Wan, 2018/07/25
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Year: 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKHRC published "Hong Kong Human Rights Report 1993".

    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Christians for Hong Kong Society, Church Workers Association, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Year: 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Fung Wai Man  馮煒文Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝Tam Yik Fai 譚翼輝Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲Wong Wai Ching 黃慧貞
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Breakthrough obtained the grant of a piece of land from the government and prepared to build Breakthrough Youth Village. Inaugurated in 1996.

    Event Organizer: Breakthrough
    Year: 1993
    Choi Yuen Wan 蔡元雲Li Sook Kit 李淑潔
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other Christian organizations proposed a “Universal Basic Retirement Protection Scheme”.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 5
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Year: 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and many civil organizations signed the “Joint Statement of the Coalition for Universal Retirement Protection”.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 5
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Year: 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other Christian organizations gave their comments on the consultation paper of retirement protection, and met with Legislative Council members.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 5
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Year: 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCIC supported the labour action of Cathay Pacific employees. ARIAV established “Supporting Cathay Pacific Workers Joint Committee”.

    Reference: Tong Wing Sze, Social Conscience or Troublemaker?, p. 43
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Other Civil Organizations
    Year: 1993
    Lau Chin Shek 劉千石
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS, Breakthrough, HKCI, SCMHK and other organizations jointly signed the “Christian Statement on the Political Reform”.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 7
    Event Organizer: Student Christian Movement (HK), Christians for Hong Kong Society, Hong Kong Christian Institute, Fellowship of Evangelical Students (HK), Other Christian Organizations
    Year: 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Choi Yuen Wan 蔡元雲Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Li Sook Kit 李淑潔Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other Christian organizations signed a joint statement on 1993/1994 Budget by “Grassroots United Front” and met with Legislative Council Members.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 7
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Year: 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS published articles in different newspapers to express its concerns on the future and the education reform of Hong Kong.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 8
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Year: 1993
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
  • 1992
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCC issued an open statement to call for constructive discussion between the Chinese and British governements on their dispute over Hong Kong political systems.

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1478 (1991/12/20)
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: 7 December, 1992
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government called for a press conference to appeal that Chinese and British governments should stabilize Hong Kong people's confidence and to respect their democratic demand.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 20; CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 5
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 2 December, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint statement with church organizations to call off the repatriation of Vietnamese boat people.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 20 November, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Social Concern Committee of HKCC organised a forum on political reform to discuss the position of HKCC on the issue. It drafted a statement has been finally adopted by the Executive Committee, and published in Message.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 92/93, p. 9
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: 20 November, 1992
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI met Legislative Council Members to express their disappointment over the consultation paper of retirement protection. HKCI suggested to implement a social insurance system in Hong Kong.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 17 November, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government expressed their disappointment to Xinhua News Agency HK Branch over its view that the Legislative Council had no role in constitutional discussion.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 5
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 14 November, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other Christian organizations petitioned to the OMELCO to urge the Legislative Council members to shoulder their role of people's representative in the debate of political system.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 5
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 9 November, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS, HKCI and other civil organizations officially established The Confederation of the Civil Organization on the Promotion of Democratic Government.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 5
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 8 November, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Confederation of Civil Organizations on Promotion of Democratic Government held a press conference to state their position on the disputes between the Chinese and British governments over Hong Kong political system.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 8 November, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and many organizations met with government officials to discuss the consultation paper of retirement protection.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 18
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 6 November, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCC held "Ministry for Filipino Domestic Helpers in Hong Kong" seminar.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 92/93, p. 7
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Date: 23 October, 1992
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Civil Organizations Concern Political Policy Coalition submitted an open letter to the Governor to affirm the reforms stated in the Policy Address. But, the Coalition thought that they are not enough.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 5
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 18 October, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sent an open letter to the Governor, urging the government to develop Hong Kong’s political system according to Hong Kong peoples’ will.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 18 October, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI, CSHKS and other organizations sent an open letter to Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China and the Xinhua News Agency HK Branch, urging the Chinese government to develop Hong Kong’s political system according to Hong Kong peoples’ will.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 16-17; CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 5
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 17 October, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and 11 Christian organizations sent a letter to the governor to express their comments on Policy Address.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 15 October, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed joint declarations for women rights and freedom of religion in China on the National Day. It also petitioned to the Xinhua News Agency HK Branch.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 1 October, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI met the Governor with other Christian organizations to express their suggestions for the Policy Address.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 15; CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 5
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 29 September, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sent an appeal to the Governor with other Christian organizations for including human rights, democracy, and environment policy into the Policy Address.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 92/93, p. 15
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 18 September, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations petitioned to the Government House for improving accountability of the Executive Council to the citizens.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 27 August, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint Christian statement on retirement protection.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 8 August, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI met the OMELCO representatives to request a proper resettlement of residents and shops affected by the demolition of Kowloon Walled City.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 20
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 7 August, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations met the OMELCO representatives and issued an appeal against the “Multiple-Seats, Single-Vote System”.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 13 July, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other Christian organizations formed “Retirement Protection Dicussion Group”.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1992, No. 4
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: July, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other organizations issued a joint statement and held a press conference against the “Multiple-Seats, Single-Vote System”.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 25 June, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI issued a statement with other civil organizations on the Public Order (Amendment) Ordinance.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 19
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 17 June, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS with other Christian organizations and about 500 Christians published a prayer in Mingpao for democratization and improvement of livelihood in China.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1992, No. 4
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 4 June, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI, CFHKS and other Christian organizations sent an appeal to Chinese government for religious freedom in China.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 30 May, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI held “China's Macroclimate and Hong Kong Future” seminar with other Christian and Catholic organizations.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 22 May, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI published an advertisement to back education sector's objection of education budget cuts.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 8 April, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI met and discussed with the committee for the legislative council election.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 31 March, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI, CFHKS and other Christian and Catholic organizations gave their comments on 1991/1992 Budget.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 16; CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1992, No. 3
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 23 March, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS initiated a signature campaign in churches and schools for lowering the minimum voting age to 18.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1992, No. 3
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: March, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other organizations signed a joint statement on 1992/1993 Budget.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1992, No. 3
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society
    Date: March, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations held discussion on retirement protection in Hong Kong.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 15
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 5 February, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS met with OMELCO, requesting the government to set up an independent review committee to investigate the fatal incident happened in Shek Kong refugee camp.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1992, No. 2
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: February, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Religious organizations, such as HKCI, called for a press conference on their opinion submission of building golf club in Sha Lo Tung Village.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 14
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 11 January, 1992
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and civil organizations sent a letter to the Governor to voice out the problem of the living quality of the lower class and the inflation problem.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1992, No. 2
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 1 January, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other organizations jointly published a statement in Mingpao and South China Morning Post to protest against government's cutting social welfare expenses.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1992, No. 2
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: January, 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKHRC published "Hong Kong Human Rights Report 1991-1992 : The First Year Review of The Hong Kong Bill of Rights Ordinance".

    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee, Student Christian Movement (HK), Christians for Hong Kong Society, Church Workers Association, Hong Kong Women Christian Council, Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Year: 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Fung Chi Wood 馮智活Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Lau Chin Shek 劉千石Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝Wu Lo Sai 胡露茜Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other Christian organizations sent a letter to the government to request cancelling the plan of building a golf club at Pat Sin Leng Country Park.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1993, No. 1
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations
    Year: 1992
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Breakthrough conducted a survey on "Secondary Students' Values and Self-destruction Tendency".

    Reference: Breakthrough Annual Report 07.92/06.93, p. 11
    Event Organizer: Breakthrough
    Year: 1992
    Choi Yuen Wan 蔡元雲Li Sook Kit 李淑潔
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCC held "Hong Kong and 1997" seminar.

    Reference: HKCC Annual Report 91/92, p. 5
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council
    Year: 1992
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    The Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong established “Pastoral Centre for Workers” in San Po Kong for serving workers community and giving out a message of “Church Goes With You”.

    Event Organizer: Other Catholic Organizations
    Year: 1992
  • 1991
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other religious organizations met with OMELCO to protest against government's cutting expenses on social welfares. They requested the government to improve the living quality of the lower class.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1992, No. 1
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 19 December, 1991
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a statement against government's cut down of social welfare expenditure.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 14
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 17 December, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sent a letter to the government against the plan of building a golf club at Sha Lo Tung Village.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 14
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 13 December, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCS suggested the government to provide traffic subsidies for aged people.

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1426 (1991/12/22)
    Event Organizer: Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 12 December, 1991
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sent an open letter to demand Chinese government realise human rights mandated in the constitution.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 14
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 10 December, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    CFHKS and other religious organizations signed a joint statement to Chinese government on Human Rights Day of the United Nations. They requested Chinese government should follow the mandates of China's “White Paper on Human Rights” and ensure the Chinese people enjoy the basic human rights described in “Universal Declaration of Human Rights”.

    Reference: CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1992, No. 1
    Event Organizer: Christians for Hong Kong Society, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 10 December, 1991
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI, CFHKS and other organisations held a seminar on China’s human rights situations.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 14; CFHKS, CFHKS Monthly Report, 1992, No. 1
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 6 December, 1991
    Chiu Sin Wing 趙善榮Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Leung Tai Fai 梁大輝Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    A group of Hong Kong Christian leaders visited Beijing and announced “Statement of Position of Hong Kong Christian Beijing Delegation”.

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1421 (1991/11/17)
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council, Other Christian Organizations
    Start Date: 16 November, 1991
    End Date: 23 November, 1991
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and 11 Christian organisations issued a joint declaration to request the Hong Kong Christian delegation to express Hong Kong peoples’ concern on human rights when they visit Beijing.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 12
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 25 October, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sentan open letter to Li Peng, Premier of China, to show concern on China’s human rights and religious freedom.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 91/92, p. 12
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 1 October, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sent an open letter to Chinese government with other Christian and Catholic organizations to free the activists in prision.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 17
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 13 August, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCS issued “HKCS Mission Statement”.

    Event Organizer: Other Christian Organizations
    Date: August, 1991
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI held a prayer meeting for East China flood at Breakthrough centre with other organizations.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 31 July, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Rev. Chu Yiu-ming, Rev. Kwok Nai Wang and other pastors of HKCI initiated a fund raising campaign for East China flood. The fund was received by Chinese government through Hong Kong Red Cross.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 16
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 12 July, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI met Legislative Council Members to discuss Bill of Rights Ordinance. They requested the government to set up an independent human rights committee and objected the suspension of legislation of six bills related to civil rights.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 15
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 13 June, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint declaration and published a memorial prayer in Mingpao. It also joined the candlelight vigil for June 4 massacre. Since then, the prayer and the vigil continued to be published and held annually.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 15
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 4 June, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint declaration with other organizations, like Oxfam against Immigration (Amendment) Bill.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 14
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: 30 May, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sent a joint declaration to legislative council with other Protestant and Catholic organizations against the call off of the port of the first asylum policy.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 14
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 6 May, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sent a joint declaration to the Financial Services Branch with other Protestant and Catholic organizations to give their comments on the 1990/1991 Budget.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 14
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 26 April, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint open letter to Lau Shan Ching, who was being jailed in the mainland for political activism. Also, it requested Chinese government to free 3 Hong Kong political activists.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 14
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 15 April, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI joined “Anti Tax-Increase, Improve People's Livelihood” joint committee.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 13
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 28 March, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Gospel 2000, Hong Kong, held a conferene of "Facing 2000: Unity, Belief, Mission".

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1379 (1991/01/27)
    Event Organizer: Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 5 March, 1991
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI signed a joint declaration to oppose Hong Kong government bearing military expenditure of the Gulf War.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 13
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 5 February, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI sent an open letter to Chinese political leaders, requesting them to free all student leaders and activists.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 12
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute
    Date: 10 January, 1991
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    30 social and Christian organizations held a whole year event, "I Love Hong Kong Campaign".

    Reference: Christian Weekly, no. 1378 (1991/01/20)
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Council, Other Christian Organizations, Other Civil Organizations
    Date: January, 1991
    Tso Man King 曹敏敬
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Tuen Mun Special Child Care Centre of the HK Council of the Church of Christ in China (TMSCCC) was established to serve disabled and mentally retarded children.

    Event Organizer: The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China
    Year: 1991
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    “10 Years Direction Research Group Report” was issued by HKCCCC. Member churches can customize their developing plans according to the report’s suggestions.

    Event Organizer: The Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China
    Year: 1991
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    “ELCHK Mission Strategy 1990’s” was issued by The Evangelical Lutheran Church of Hong Kong (ELCHK).

    Reference: ELCHK, History
    Event Organizer: Other Christian Organizations
    Year: 1991
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Imported Labour Concern Group, Pneumoconiosis Workers Group and Employees' Compensation Worker Group were established by HKCIC, mainly undertaked ARIAV’s duties.

    Reference: Tong Wing Sze, Social Conscience or Troublemaker?, p. 43
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee
    Year: 1991
    Lau Chin Shek 劉千石
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCIC showed its concerns on “Au Wing Cheung Incident”.

    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Industrial Committee
    Year: 1991
    Lau Chin Shek 劉千石
  • 1990
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and 19 Protestant and Catholic organizations met OMELCO and submitted a statement on “The White Paper on Social Welfare into the 1990s and Beyond”.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 12
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 27 December, 1990
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI, Christian and Catholic organizations jointly published a statement protesting Chinese government imposed criminal charges to social movement leaders.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 12
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 7 December, 1990
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Christian organizations sent comments to Social Welfare Department on “The White Paper on Social Welfare into the 1990s and Beyond”.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 11
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 30 October, 1990
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    Hong Kong Christian Patriotic Democratic Movement and 7 organizations initiated rally for Baodiao movement.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 11; FES, FES Annual Report 1987, p. 10
    Event Organizer: Fellowship of Evangelical Students (HK), Hong Kong Christian Institute, Hong Kong Church Renewal Movement, Other Christian Organizations
    Date: 28 October, 1990
    Choi Yuen Wan 蔡元雲Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲Yu Wai Kan 余慧根
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and other Protestant and Catholic organizations initiated signature petition to oppose the proposal of Japan's Liberal Democratic Party on amending constitution for Japanese military deployment in Persian Gulf.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 11
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 24 October, 1990
    Kwok Nai Wang 郭乃弘Wong Pik Wan 黃碧雲
    Livelihood
    Democracy
    Civil Rights
    Morality
    Education/Social Responsibility
    Women Rights
    Basic Law
    Hong Kong Prospect
    Community
    Others

    HKCI and some other Christian and Catholic organizations jointly held “Christian Obedience and Civil Disobedience” seminar.

    Reference: HKCI Annual Report 90/91, p. 10
    Event Organizer: Hong Kong Christian Institute, Other Christian Organizations, Other Catholic Organizations
    Date: 16 September,