Kwok Nai-wang introduces the history of Hong Kong to the China Overture class of Bakke Graduate University.
Kwok Nai-wang is an ordained minister of the Hong Kong Council of the Church of Christ in China (CCC) who has been interpreting political and socio-economic developments in Hong Kong for more than a decade through the publications of the Hong Kong Christina Institute (HKCI) of which he is currently the director. After graduating from Hong Kong University and Yale Divinity School, Kwok Nai-wang served as a local church pastor in a slum area of Hong Kong from 1966 to 1977 and as the general secretary of the Hong Kong Christian Council (HKCC) from 1978 to 1988 when he founded HKCI. He has written 20 books in English and Chinese and has edited five others. He is also the editor of Reflection, a bimonthly theological journal produced by HKCI, as well as the author of the organization's monthly English newsletter.
Kwok Nai-wang is the author of Hong Kong after 1997: The first 1000 days