|Founded||9 January 1983|
|Dissolved||2 October 1994|
|Merged into||Democratic Party|
|National affiliation||Pro-democracy camp|
|Politics of Hong Kong
The Meeting Point (Chinese:匯點) was a political organisation formed by a group of former student activists in the 1970s for the discussion for the Sino-British negotiation on the question of Hong Kong prospect in 1983. The group favoured a Chinese sovereignty of Hong Kong but wanted a free, democratic and autonomous Hong Kong government.
In the post-agreement period, the group called for introduction of direct election and an accountable government. It joined the Joint Committee on the Promotion of Democratic Government (JGPDG) for the direct election of the 1988 legislative election, followed by the first direct election of the geographical constituency seats in 1991 legislative election and won a historical landslide victory with its ally United Democrats. It formally converted to a political party on 13 September 1992. Two groups merged into a new party, the Democratic Party in 1994.
- Anthony Cheung
- Yeung Sum
- Fred Li
- Tik Chi Yuen
- Andrew Cheng
- Edward Leong
- Lau Nai-keung, founding chairman, 1982-1992