3 April 1998
Martin Lee and Democratic Party World Wide Web Site Announcement:
Today Democratic Party Chairman Martin Lee unveiled his new World Wide
Web site, the Democratic Party's English-language web page, and the party's
updated Chinese-language web site (the Democrats were the first Hong Kong
political party to go online with their Chinese site).
Martin Lee and Information Technology spokesman Sin Chung Kai explained
the new site's highlights, including the latest press releases, recent
op-ed articles, Hong Kong's key constitutional documents, a full list and
biographies of Legislative Council candidates, a search engine, other Hong
Kong sites, feedback capability and copious election materials -- as well
as fun features such as downloadable Zunzi cartoons, pictures, campaign
materials and graphics. Visitors to the site will find a wealth of reliable,
up-to-date information about developments in Hong Kong, can sign up to
receive press releases by e-mail and can communicate with Martin Lee and
other candidates directly by e-mail.
Martin Lee commented:
"With the world increasingly interconnected and with Hong Kong's
status as Asia's leading information centre, we believe it is essential
to maintain close links with the local and international community. I hope
visitors will be better able to keep in touch with developments here and
that our site can be a useful source of information for Hong Kong's friends
around the world."
Hong Kong is now just a click away -- come visit us at http://www.martinlee.org.hk/