Huawei Exec Arrest raises questions over Hong Kong travel docs

Huawei Exec Arrest raises questions over Hong Kong travel docs

The diplomatic storm centred on the detention of China telecom giant Huawei’s executive Ms Meng Wanzhou has prompted many to watch closely where the Sino-Canadian…

Jamming the shredder – Archive law in Hong Kong

Jamming the shredder – Archive law in Hong Kong

The Law Reform Commission of Hong Kong (LRC) is consulting the public on whether Hong Kong’s current public records management practice and public access to…

Hong Kong Fund Body Proposes to Remove Cross-Border Funds Sale Restrictions

Hong Kong Fund Body Proposes to Remove Cross-Border Funds Sale Restrictions

By Alex Ho The Hong Kong Investment Fund Association (HKIFA) has reportedly submitted a range of proposals to the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC), requesting…

The Nanny State Cometh: How government will make you healthy

The Nanny State Cometh: How government will make you healthy

By Chermaine Lee Cardiovascular diseases (CVD) are costing Hong Kongers US$4.8 billion, equivalent to half of the government’s healthcare spending in 2018-2019, the Economist Intelligence…

Private health operators being brought into regulatory fold

Private health operators being brought into regulatory fold

On November 15, the LegCo passed the Private Healthcare Facilities Bill. Four types of private healthcare facilities, namely hospitals, day procedure centres, clinics and health…

Private sector player WeDoctor moves to unify GBA healthcare market

Private sector player WeDoctor moves to unify GBA healthcare market

Jeffrey Chen, Chief Strategy Officer of WeDoctor, takes a thoughtful moment to consider a unified GBA market while speaking to Julien de Salaberry, CEO of…

Hong Kong talent: Great at recruitment, lacking in development

Hong Kong talent: Great at recruitment, lacking in development

Hong Kong drops six places in international ranking for attracting and retaining talent, the Switzerland-based Institute for Management Development (IMD) says. The city comes in…

Pro-establishment forces take seat in by-election – and geographic majority

Pro-establishment forces take seat in by-election – and geographic majority

The votes are in! Rebecca Chan Hoi-yan claimed the day to claim victory in the by-election for a LegCo seat representing the West Kowloon district….

American concerns may limit tech exports to Hong Kong

American concerns may limit tech exports to Hong Kong

On November 14, the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC) issued a report that cites “challenges to freedom of speech and assembly in Hong…

Foreign governments watching Hong Kong freedoms, but not acting – yet

Foreign governments watching Hong Kong freedoms, but not acting – yet

A slew of incidents concerning Hong Kong’s freedom of speech in the past few months has left many at home and abroad wonder if the…