Alvin Yeung: caught between a rock and a hard place

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Key Terms of the 2015 District Council Polls

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Tony Tse Wai-chuen wants to win seat back, back more large-scale infrastructure projects

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My First Vote – Alison Li

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Lau Chi-shing – the self-proclaimed neutral and Leung Chun-ying supporter

Wilson Lau Chi-shing describes himself as a neutral who wants to balance the views of the pro-democratic and pro-establishment camps. He is also the only candidate in the New Territories East by-election who has openly declared his support for Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying.

Pan-dems’ candidate Bonnie Ng Hoi-yan finds herself under attack from two sides in Tung...

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2015 District Council polls saw record-high voter turnout rate

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District Councillor Christine Fong hopes to strike lucky second time around

Positioning herself as a voice for small business owners and ordinary Hongkongers, Christine Fong Kwok-shan hopes to win over voters in the New Territories East by-election by claiming the hotly contested middle path between the pan-democrats and pro-establishment parties. She'll be hoping her name recognition as a district councillor and former actor will give her an edge over rivals.
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