DABPHK accounts, year to 31-Mar-2017
Company filing, 19-Jan-2018
The Party has received a donation of HK$21.3m of HK-listed shares from a member and a donation of HK$4.15m of property from a member.
DABPHK accounts, year to 31-Mar-2016
Company filing, 24-Jan-2017
DABPHK accounts, year to 31-Mar-2015
Company filing, 18-Jan-2016
DABPHK accounts, year to 31-Mar-2013, filed 21-Jan-2014
Company filing, 13-Oct-2014
The highest income party in HK.
HK$13.8m buys ‘successful future’ calligraphy by Beijing's top representative in HK
South China Morning Post, 16-Apr-2014
E. Quat's degrees don't equate
Legislator "Dr" Elizabeth Quat has not one but three "degrees", including her doctorate, from a defunct degree mill once run out of a bungalow in Hilo, Hawaii. We also look into the characters behind it. (11-Apr-2014)
Party finances in HK
Which is the wealthiest political party in HK? The answer may surprise you. We publish the accounts of the four main parties for their last two financial years, which go some way towards explaining the hand-to-mouth existence of several of the parties, and the lack of any coherent policy platforms in the pro-democracy camp. This is largely a result of the electoral voting system which divides and conquers them, countered by the secretive funding of the biggest-spending party. (7-Mar-2011)
DABPHK accounts, year to 31-Mar-2010
DABPHK accounts, year to 31-Mar-2009
A by-election in HK
We take a look ahead to the forthcoming by-election in Hong Kong, and marvel at the hypocrisy of the DAB and Regina Ip. (31-Aug-2007)

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