As “part of China,” we Hong Kongers have seen how China’s economic growth has contributed to the degradation of its environment. To be fair, Hong Kong’s economic takeoff had already harmed its environment before China took over the city. We . . .
Au Loong Yu was one of the founding members of Globalization Monitor, Hong Kong, and is also on its editorial board. He co-authored two Chinese books on China reform and on free trade and globalization. He was the main author of the booklet Women Migrant Workers under the Chinese Social Apartheid and the author of No Choice but to Fight — A documentary on battery women workers' struggle, (Globalization Monitor), forthcoming.