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New Territories East By-Election 2016

Alvin Yeung: caught between a rock and a hard place

Civic Party candidate Alvin Yeung is hoping to win the seat vacated by his former mentor Ronny Tong, whose resignation triggered the New Territories East by-election. But he faces a tough challenge from the DAB's Holden Chow and the young localist candidate Edward Leung.

Varsity’s Coverage of the New Territories East By-Election 2016

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Leung Sze-ho – the independent who wants to block filibustering in Legco

Leung says the key is to modify the rules of procedures after he gets elected to the Legislative Council. By Rubie Fan   Barrister Albert Leung Sze-ho...

Introduction and demographics of New Territories East By-election

The New Territories East Legislative Council By­-election is just a week away. Here are the facts you need to know about this election! ­­­­­­­ For...

Development of the New Territories East Legislative Council By-election

Ronny Tong Ka-wah resigned from the Legislative Council, which led to this election. Varsity explains what led up to this, and what comes after. For...

Meet the Candidates of the New Territories East Legco By-election 2016

The election is  coming up this Sunday, so take a look at the seven candidates and find out what they stand for. For more features,...

Competition between pan-dems and localists gives DAB the edge in tight NT East race,...

The race to win the New Territories East Legislative Council seat vacated by Ronny Tong is looking to be tight. Latest polls show the Civic Party's Alvin Yeung neck and neck with the Democratic Alliance for the Betterment (DAB) of Hong Kong's Holden Chow. But political scientist Ma Ngok says the challenge from Edward Leung from Hong Kong Indigenous could give the pro-Beijing DAB the edge.

Meet the voters of the New Territories East Legco By-election 2016

You've met the candidates, and we'll have more on them soon. In the meantime, meet the voters who will be going to the polls...

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