One Country Two Systems Research Institute

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One Country Two Systems Research Institute
Typeprivate Public policy think tank
HeadquartersPortion B, 61/F Bank of China Tower, 1 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong
Region served
Hong Kong
Executive Director
Cheung Chi-kong
Key people
T. K. Ann, Leung Chun-ying, Shiu Sin-por
AffiliationsPro-Beijing camp

The One Country Two Systems Research Institute (OCTS; Chinese: 一國兩制研究中心) is a Hong Kong think tank founded in 1990 by a group of pro-Beijing politicians. It is registered in Hong Kong as private non-profit company with limited liability, and has been granted the status of a public interest charitable organisation by the Government of Hong Kong.[1]


It was founded in 1990 and funded by T. K. Ann and Leung Chun-ying. By 1997 it had around 30 staff and publishes papers and books on a range of topics relevant to transitional issues. It was headed by Shiu Sin-por.[2]

In 2012, Executive Director of the Institute Cheung Chi-kong was appointed by Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying to the Executive Council.

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  1. ^ "One Country Two Systems Research Institute". One Country Two Systems Research Institute.
  2. ^ Allen, Jamie (1997). Seeing Red: China's Uncompromising Takeover of Hong Kong. Taylor & Francis. p. 93.

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