The forum will start from 8.30pm to 9.30pm tonight and there will not be live audience due to Covid-19. Instead, the public opinion research institute of Shue Yan University will randomly draw questions from over 90 citizens that were previously recorded.

The questions will cover areas including housing, lands, economy, the Covid-19 pandemic, livelihood, health care system, educations and development between the mainland.

The seven co-organized media are Commercial Radio Hong Kong, Radio Television Hong Kong, Metro Broadcast Corporation, Hong Kong Cable Television, now News, Phoenix Hong Kong Channel, and Television Broadcasts.

The election will be stage on May 8.