Hong Kong’s uneasy road to remain a competitive ‘world city’
Opinion

Hong Kong’s uneasy road to remain a competitive ‘world city’

One thing that does work to promote innovation
Opinion

One thing that does work to promote innovation

When promoting innovation, development of a strong IP ecosystem, is crucial to ensure the development of intellectual assets in good times and bad. (Photo credit:…

Demographic crisis: a poverty and health perspective
Policy

Demographic crisis: a poverty and health perspective

People are living longer but not necessarily healthier. Research points to early life stress and adversity as an important predictor to later-life chronic illness. Photo…

Chatham House Rule: The way out for genuine policy deliberation
Opinion

Chatham House Rule: The way out for genuine policy deliberation

Hong Kong’s response to changing demographics: The force yet awakened
Policy

Hong Kong’s response to changing demographics: The force yet awakened

The solution to a shrinking labour force exists within the local population. A comprehensive policy to unleash the potential manpower is urgently needed. (Photo credit:…

Port in Hong Kong: The Blue Economy turning blue
Policy

Port in Hong Kong: The Blue Economy turning blue

The good old days are gone and Hong Kong needs to come up with a new strategy for its shrinking shipping industry. (Photo credit: Mk2010…

監守自盜
Opinion

監守自盜

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Technology Will Save Millions of Chinese Lives
Policy

Technology Will Save Millions of Chinese Lives

Timothy Peirson-Smith: Behold the ‘Trexit’
Opinion

Timothy Peirson-Smith: Behold the ‘Trexit’

Timothy Peirson-Smith shares his quick thoughts on the American election results and raises caution on an upcoming ‘Trexit’. Photo credit: Gage Skidmore

Let’s catch up with Singapore in boosting startups, Mr (or Mrs) Chief Executive
Opinion

Let’s catch up with Singapore in boosting startups, Mr (or Mrs) Chief Executive

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