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District Council Polls 2015

Varsity’s Coverage of the District Council Elections 2015

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The History and Development of the District Council – Part I

This infographic shows the history and development of the District Council before 1997. Tomorrow we will post Part II, showing development after the handover...

Sound Feature on Tuen Mun Lok Tsui – most contested constituency in the District...

Tuen Mun Lok Tsui is one of the most competitive districts in this year’s District Council election. Six candidates from different political backgrounds are...

Football: A New Way to Promote Civic Awareness?

Mei Foo Home and Public Affairs experiment with new ways to arouse civic awareness and contribute to the community. By Kelly Wong Kenny Poon Kwan-yin was...

Key Terms of the 2015 District Council Polls

In a series of infographics, we explain to you some of the key terms you should know about the 2015 District Council elections: umbrella...

History and development of the District Council Part II – after 1997

The elected district boards were replaced by a provisional body after the handover in 1997 which was disbanded after fresh elections were held in 1999. This year's election will return 458 members and there will be no appointed members.

Be Your Natural Self: Sheep Wong Finds His Own Way of Running a Campaign

When the 79-day Occupy Movement ended last year, some young people vowed to continue their fight for democracy at local level and resolved to stand in the 2015 District Council election. Sheep Wong, vying for the Tung Chung South seat, is one of them.

For Home and Justice – Cultural advocate Clarisse Yeung joins the election

Cultural advocate and district council candidate Clarisse Yeung Suet-ying takes her ideals of a community to Tai Hang By Benny Kung A dog and a rat,...

What you should know about District Council Voting

To prepare you for tomorrow's District Council polls, we present a brief guide to voting, letting you know who is eligible to vote, what happens at...
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