Hong Kong’s civil servants and young people need to know more about the Chinese constitution and the Basic Law, which two Beijing experts said were the foundation of the city’s well-being.

Renmin University law professor Han Dayuan, who sits on the Basic Law Committee which advises the national legislature on the city’s mini-constitution, and Wang Zhimin, director of the central government’s liaison office in Hong Kong, were speaking at a high-powered forum on Wednesday attended by about 700…


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