Ching Cheong (Joined the pro-China newspaper Wen Wei Po in 1974. After the June 4th Incident of 1989, Ching resigned from the newspaper in protest. He has been a senior journalist of the Singapore-based Straits Times since 1996. He was detained by the People’s Republic of China for alleged espionage, accused of providing state secrets to Taiwan. He was imprisoned from April 2005 to February 2008. He is now staying in Hong Kong.)
Leo Goodstadt (An adjunct professor at Trinity College, University of Dublin, an honorary fellow of the University of Hong Kong and a former lecturer of Catholic Social Philosophy at Holy Spirit Seminary. He was an early associate of Holy Spirit Study Centre and contributor to Tripod. He has written extensively on China and Hong Kong, and his books include China’s Search for Plenty: The Economics of Mao Tse-tung and Uneasy Partners: The Conflict between Public Interest and Private Profit in Hong Kong. An economist by profession, he was head of the Hong Kong Government’s Central Policy Unit from 1989 to 1997.)
Anthony S.K. Lam (A senior researcher at Holy Spirit Study Centre, the editor of the Chinese section of Tripod, and the author of several books on the Catholic Church in China)
Michael J. Sloboda, M.M.