Exert the power of crowdfunding

Exert the power of crowdfunding

John Tsang’s campaign is a clear example of successful crowdfunding, but the government still has a long way to go to recognise and unleash the full…

TPP off the table: What’s at stake and where’s hope?

TPP off the table: What’s at stake and where’s hope?

One Belt One Road and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership can become alternatives to the now gloomy TPP.

Beijing’s mass politics game in Hong Kong can backfire

Beijing’s mass politics game in Hong Kong can backfire

Robert Chow’s high-level reception in Beijing can be a dangerous move making Hong Kong’s political scene even more chaotic.

Nurture a smart future for Hong Kong

Nurture a smart future for Hong Kong

Heads up government! A five-star Policy Address should take note of these five ‘Smart’ notions.

Climate change – hit hard, early and often

Climate change – hit hard, early and often

Ulrich Boettger, Director of BASF Hong Kong, lays out a plan for how one company aims to aggressively combat man-made climate change. Photo credit: Chris…

Hong Kong in 2016: 31 years remaining to forge our future

Hong Kong in 2016: 31 years remaining to forge our future

Photo credit: Chris Lusher

No Green Light in CE election

No Green Light in CE election

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Four-P play for a smart, competitive Hong Kong

Four-P play for a smart, competitive Hong Kong

Yokohama shows a way forward for Hong Kong.

Timothy Peirson-Smith: Reflects on Election Committee elections

Timothy Peirson-Smith: Reflects on Election Committee elections

The non-establishment camp must now remain consolidated if it is to become a genuine critical minority in the upcoming Chief Executive election.

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

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

(Photo: Chris Lusher)