US Innotech companies shed light on Hong Kong Smart City initiative

US Innotech companies shed light on Hong Kong Smart City initiative

AmCham pledges to join Hong Kong’s innotech parade by bridging US-based companies and local stakeholders. (Photo: AmCham president Tara Joseph (mid) chairing the media luncheon…

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)

Gearing up for Smart City 3.0

Gearing up for Smart City 3.0

Our future Chief Executive has to fire up the innovation and technology development. (Photo credit: Esri China (Hong Kong) Limited)

Future Education: From STEM to STEAM

Future Education: From STEM to STEAM

STEM education may provide the backbone for a new generation of innovation, but without art it will be like a pistol without a trigger. (Photo credit: Esri…

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…

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.

中國製的會爆炸!統計處即日起停用MOKO「尿袋」

中國製的會爆炸!統計處即日起停用MOKO「尿袋」

(MOKO爆炸相出處:http://forum1.hkgolden.com/view.aspx?type=CA&message=6467077&page=1&highlight_id=0&authorOnly=False)

Harsh words for HK regulators on e-cigs

Harsh words for HK regulators on e-cigs

Hong Kong regulators are again panned for refusing to engage in any sort of discussion on e-cigarettes as the global vaping community meets in Warsaw…

HK’s creative industries: Too late to take off?

HK’s creative industries: Too late to take off?

A KPMG-Warwick seminar sparks thoughts on whether Hong Kong can compete in  creative industries when other major cities have a head start. Photo: Professor Jonothan Neelands…

Citizens’ rights shortchanged in surveillance law amendment, says IT lawmaker

Citizens’ rights shortchanged in surveillance law amendment, says IT lawmaker

Charles Mok says an amendment to the decade-old Interception of Communications and Surveillance Ordinance inadequately limits the government’s cyber-surveillance powers.