Sharing Economy is not a zero sum game

Sharing Economy is not a zero sum game

There is no reason to resist embracing the sharing economy just because traditional businesses are failing to adapt. (Photo credit: Esri China (HK))

Hong Kong’s Role in Furthering China – India Engagement

Hong Kong’s Role in Furthering China – India Engagement

Sabita Prakash looks back into history and suggests how Hong Kong can remain relevant in the expanding Sino-Indian ties. (Government image: CY Leung (right) greeting…

Diversity: The Education Segregation in Hong Kong

Diversity: The Education Segregation in Hong Kong

Dr Theresa Cunanan calls for a more cohesive and coherent Chinese language curriculum for non-Chinese speaking students to kick-start Harbour Times’ Diversity series in collaboration with…

Hong Kong is falling behind in teaching vital coding skills

Hong Kong is falling behind in teaching vital coding skills

If the next age is the age of computers, we must speak their language to rule them. Hong Kong is in terrible position to train…

Go Green: Business group sketches low carbon future for community

Go Green: Business group sketches low carbon future for community

Workshops and trainings targeting major carbon-emitting sectors will be first organised to meet a 2°C target. Photo: From left – Maya De Souza, Senior Manager of…

Lok Ma Chau Loop converges talents to revitalise Hong Kong’s economy

Lok Ma Chau Loop converges talents to revitalise Hong Kong’s economy

Japan and Malaysia have shed light on how Hong Kong can utilise the vast Lok Ma Chau Loop. (Photo credit: Esri China (Hong Kong) Limited)

HK 2030+: Can everyone afford to live here?

HK 2030+: Can everyone afford to live here?

Who is going to fill this city of the future? (Photo credit: Chris Lusher)

The battle of bidding: Harvard World Model UN 2018 in Hong Kong

The battle of bidding: Harvard World Model UN 2018 in Hong Kong

The Hong Kong bid team is on full gear to bring the WorldMUN to the city.

Ethnic Minorities Firmly on the Election Manifesto

Ethnic Minorities Firmly on the Election Manifesto

Hong Kong changes its approach to CRS in order to avoid being labelled non-compliant by the OECD & the European Union

Hong Kong changes its approach to CRS in order to avoid being labelled non-compliant by the OECD & the European Union

(photo credit: Chris Lusher)