Circular Economy Part III: Make recycling part of life

Circular Economy Part III: Make recycling part of life

In Mikko Tanner’s home in Helsinki, there are different bins for paper, cardboard, plastics, metal, cans, food waste and mixed waste. When the bins are…

Police Spread White Terror by Arresting Protestors at Hospitals, Doctors Say

Police Spread White Terror by Arresting Protestors at Hospitals, Doctors Say

The Hong Kong police stand accused of breaching the normal procedures by arresting protestors with the assistance from the Hospital Authority (HA), prompting the legal…

Hong Kong’s moment

Hong Kong’s moment

Two million Hong Kongers, nearly one-third of the city’s population, swarmed into the streets on Sunday, forcing the chief executive to finally offer her apology…

US lawmakers moving to amend bill crucial to Hong Kong economy

US lawmakers moving to amend bill crucial to Hong Kong economy

U.S. lawmakers reintroduced a bill known as the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act to defend Hong Kong’s autonomy after the extradition bill protests…

In uphill fight, protesters and pro-democracy camps call on chief executive to revoke extradition bill

In uphill fight, protesters and pro-democracy camps call on chief executive to revoke extradition bill

The next reading of Hong Kong’s proposed extradition law is on hold as a big part of Hong Kong gathered in Admiralty to express their…

Massive Protests May Do Little to Stop HK’s New Extradition Law

Massive Protests May Do Little to Stop HK’s New Extradition Law

In a historical march, more than 1 million Hong Kongers took to the streets yesterday to protest against the government’s extradition bill that would allow…

Circular Economy Part II: A funding model from Finland – and for Hong Kong?

Circular Economy Part II: A funding model from Finland – and for Hong Kong?

Tapio Anttila, Executive Vice President of Finland’s state-founded future fund Sitra. Harbour Times reporter Elise Mak travelled to Finland to explore how the county is…

Circular Economy Part I: Planning ahead

Circular Economy Part I: Planning ahead

Harbour Times reporter Elise Mak travelled to Finland to explore how the country is adopting the concept of a circular economy and the lessons it…

Pressure mounts for HK to strengthen proposed extradition law

Pressure mounts for HK to strengthen proposed extradition law

By Alfred Romann International concern continues to mount around Hong Kong’s new extradition law, a piece of legislation that was born out of a legal…

Hong Kong’s nursing shortage remains a chronic problem

Hong Kong’s nursing shortage remains a chronic problem

By Alfred Romann During flu season, which typically begins in January, Hong Kong hospitals tend to be overcrowded and operating well beyond their capacity. It…