Lew Mon-hung

Businessman and former member of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference

Lew Mon-hung is a Hong Kong businessman and consultant to the Preparatory Group of the Belt and Road Development Bank. He previously served as a member of the 11th Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee and a member of the Commission on Strategic Development of the Hong Kong SAR. He was also a part-time consultant to the Central Policy Unit of the Hong Kong SAR government.
A family looks at the Forbidden City closed due to Covid-19 outbreak in Beijing on 17 May 2022. (Wang Zhao/AFP)

China's response to Ukraine war calls its values into question

Hong Kong businessman and political figure Lew Mon-hung notes that China used to have a strong sense of right and wrong, with values of righteousness and morality. However, looking at China’s reaction to the war in Ukraine, it seems that these values have been abandoned. And this can only lead to a shift in the progress that China has made over the past 40 years.
John Lee, Hong Kong's former chief secretary, poses for the media ahead of submitting his application for the upcoming Chief Executive election in Hong Kong, China, on 13 April 2022. (Lam Yik/Bloomberg)

Why John Lee is Beijing's top pick for Hong Kong's next chief executive

Former Chief Secretary for Administration John Lee is running for Hong Kong's top job as chief executive and is the only candidate who has Beijing's approval. Hong Kong businessman and political figure, Lew Mon-hung, takes a look at why Lee is Beijing's preferred choice, taking into account Beijing's view of the current global situation and China's priorities.