In 1992, the United States Congress enacted The Hong Kong Policy Act demonstrating its strong commitment to Hong Kong’s democracy and freedoms and its acceptance of China’s invitation to treat Hong Kong as a separate entity in terms of trade, investment, commerce, immigration, and other cultural and educational relations.
Hong Kongers need a consistent voice in Washington pushing the US to uphold its commitment to Hong Kong’s basic freedoms and autonomy and to preserve the US’s own political and economic interests in Hong Kong.
Now, more than ever, we need a powerful, unified, hopeful voice for Hong Kong in DC.
Since September 2019
Capitol Hill Meetings
Hong Kong Legislation in Congress
HKDC Boards in interviews, publications and events
Connections with Capitol Hill Offices