Quality matters: Optimising Hong Kong’s open spaces
Policy

Quality matters: Optimising Hong Kong’s open spaces

It is almost impossible for Hong Kong to rival other developed metropoles in terms of quantity of open spaces due to topographical constraints (our infamously…

Government urged to adopt large-scale reclamation plan to meet future needs
Policy

Government urged to adopt large-scale reclamation plan to meet future needs

Reclamation should be seen as a feasible and effective solution to Hong Kong’s housing issue, major think tank researchers assert. Photo credits: CRECCHKI

Reform Hong Kong’s transport system by opening up data
Opinion

Reform Hong Kong’s transport system by opening up data

Despite being world-famous for our efficient transport system, attempting to get a bus in Hong Kong is always a guessing game. Transport operators adopting a…

Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo opposed Hong Kong’s independence movement
Opinion

Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo opposed Hong Kong’s independence movement

Liu Xiaobo’s vision of a democratic China is becoming more and more irrelevant to Hong Kong’s youth amid an ongoing identity crisis. (Original photo credit:…

Hong Kong can become Asia’s cycling Mecca
Policy

Hong Kong can become Asia’s cycling Mecca

GoBee Bike’s recent launch of their bike-sharing app has witnessed a rocky beginning, but its co-founder Claude Ducharme believes they have the potential to revolutionise…

Promoting IoT is key to smart city development
Opinion

Promoting IoT is key to smart city development

A friendly framework on data collection and sharing will be crucial to setting up an efficient IoT network in Hong Kong. (Photo credit: Esri China…

Insurance Authority: Stage 2 and beyond
Policy

Insurance Authority: Stage 2 and beyond

Following a smooth “D-day”, the war is there to win for the new insurance watchdog by imposing smart regulation and turning Hong Kong into the…

The responsibility of second generation philanthropists
Opinion

The responsibility of second generation philanthropists

David Harilela shares his story of continuing and expanding a family tradition of benevolence and social responsibility. Photo credit: The Zubin Foundation

A pressing need to improve quality of death in Hong Kong
Opinion

A pressing need to improve quality of death in Hong Kong

To rest in peace may not be as easy as it sounds in Hong Kong. Adopting healthtech can be the first step to let more…

HealthTech innovations: The future for the Hospital Authority?
Opinion

HealthTech innovations: The future for the Hospital Authority?

Despite recent medical blunders hitting the headlines, Hong Kong’s healthcare system is in fact one of the best and most efficient in the world. The…