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Compendium of Public Consultation on “Should Hong Kong Bid to Host the 2023 Asian Games?”


On 21 September 2010, the Home Affairs Bureau launched a public consultation exercise to gauge the public views on whether Hong Kong should bid to host the 2023 Asian Games. The consultation period ended on 1 December 2010.

To ensure extensive participation, we engaged the public and stakeholder groups through a variety of channels, including consultation forums and sessions, “e-engagement” platforms including the discussion room of the Asian Games website, the Public Affairs Forum, and an official Facebook page. Members of the public were also invited to send in their views through post, facsimile, electronic mail, telephone and by hand. We have also commissioned the Hong Kong Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies of the Chinese University of Hong Kong to conduct a telephone survey to gauge public views on the subject.

Date District Council / Sub-committee Serial No.
28.9.2010 Tsuen Wan District Council (PDF) 01
5.10.2010 District Facilities Management Committee of Tuen Mun District Council (PDF) 02
5.10.2010 District Facilities Management Committee of Wong Tai Sin District Council (PDF) 03
6.10.2010 Central & Western District Council (PDF) 04
7.10.2010 District Facilities Management Committee of Southern District Council (PDF) 05
12.10.2010 District Works & Facilities Management Committee of Wanchai District Council (PDF) 06
14.10.2010 North District Council (PDF) 07
18.10.2010 Islands District Council (PDF) 08
22.10.2010 Eastern District Counci (PDF) 09
28.10.2010 Yuen Long District Council (PDF) 010
28.10.2010 Culture, Sports & Community Development Committee of Shatin District Council (PDF) 011
28.10.2010 Yau Tsim Mong District Council (PDF) 012
2.11.2010 Tai Po District Council (PDF) 013
2.11.2010 Sham Shui Po District Council (PDF) 014
2.11.2010 Kwun Tong District Council (PDF) 015
9.11.2010 Sai Kung District Council (PDF) 016
11.11.2010 Kowloon City District Council (PDF) 017
11.11.2010 Kwai Tsing District Council (PDF) 018

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